Hyder Jianguo Hotel
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... wall .. this was very interesting and only had about 10 people walking on it! Amazing!!!
Next we went back to the hostel to collect out bags then got another train out to Nanjing South Railway Station to catch a G bullet train to Zhenjiang (another town further east along The Yantze River) 21 minutes away. We ended up at the wrong railway station (we need to be at Zhenjiang Station - not Zhenjiang South) so had to catch a ...
Today main schedule is slim Xihu located in the south of yangzhou very beautiful in April these days. The city flower of Yangzhou Qiong glower broom for only ten days in April. We are very lucky to see it because of higher temperature. The restaurant "食为天” is delicious and worth of money average rate for one person CNY 60. Great first day ...
... hotel, The Li River Retreat, is a 20 minute walk out of town, a small, family run place with lovely views over the river and mountains. It's owned and run by a very energetic Australian, Alf, who was a tour guide, then manager for years, in China, married a woman from Guilin, ran a restaurant in Yangshou first, then sold it and started up the hotel. Apparently, the people who make most money here are the landowners, many ...
... your body. The whole idea of eastern medicine is very interesting. It really revolves around the idea of prevention, rather than waiting for something to happen and then treating it. I truly believe that it has some truth behind it. I do, however, believe that the best way to be healthy is to combine eastern and western medicine.
We decided to spend our final night in Taizhou getting massages, and then going out! Of course the hospitality continued, so ...
... full from lunch, and begged Wei to change our dinner plans because we didn't want another big meal. However, they insisted we attend our scheduled dinner, and boy was it worth it. We arrived at a restaurant that was closed for the night, except to us, and began a 5 course meal. The first was a strange fruit/potato like salad,then soup, followed by fried pumpkin balls of some sort that tasted just like fried cheese curds, followed by the main meal: ...