Huguang Hotel Hangzhou
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... read a sign wrong which advertised a 3% surcharge for use of credit cards and a 5% discount for cash. It was too late - we didn't have enough cash on us anyway. Our guide, Monica, and the driver from Guilin collected us and we set off into what we could tell was heavier traffic than usual but we were soon on the toll motorway on the hour's drive to Guilin airport. Although hazy by this time, the route was very beautiful with the karst landscape on every side. At the ...
We went to Hangzhou, China on a train that went 304 km/hr. from Shanghai. It was a super fast train.
In Hangzhou we went to a place called West Lake and rented bikes to ride around. There were a lot of people walking and riding bikes around the lake so we had to be careful..
... with its architecture and man made canals lining the streets. Some very interesting dining potential here.
Last night we walked to a very large and quite park on the edge of the lake. It is the most beautiful park I have ever seen. Lit paths lead in all directions around and over ponds and rivers so that the thousands of people can find their respective peace. individualized tai chi instruction in the dark was surreal.
Today I met up with some English Lovers, but more on that later.
It was another hazy day in tropical Hangzhou, pronounced "Hung Joe", don't ask. The are hills between my hotel and the lake. Yesterday a took the roads to the lake but noticed a possibility of a track over the hills. I found a small park that looked promising as the track. Came across locals doing a Chinese line dance, ...
... from the vehicles and playing it when others stop and block the path. It sometime seems that people often pick the worst of places to stop.
The Dragon Hotel was perfectly located and the rooms were magnificent. Downstairs is a bakery with lots of western breads and chocolates that I need to avoid, but it also had a delicious yogurt with fruit/nuts.Turning on the TV to an interview with Kevin Rudd boasting how he setup the G20 and providing gratuitous advice to ...