Jiangpan Yaju Holiday Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... br> We arrived in Huangshan city in pouring rain, but we hoped it might clear up during the day. So we found the buses to the cable car station (there's two) and of course paid a lot for buses and entry to the park. There are several ways up; 2 cable cars, the eastern steps (short and hard) and the western steps (longer and harder). We decided to hike up the eastern steps which takes around two hours. Don't be fooled, it sounds easy (it's just ...
... sold for the "soft seat" cars and there was also plenty of leg room and even a couple shared power outlets. After the "hard seat" from the other day, it felt like traveling first class and I slept well. I arrived in Shanghai at 9am and headed to a coffee shop in Pudong where I hung out for a while reading and waiting til I thought it would be late enough to check into my hostel. Once I checked into my hostel, I took a long overdue shower, got some laundry done, and worked out whether ...
... a short time. Use a clear vessel to enjoy the color. Green tea has more caffeine and is used for an early morning drink, black tea for meals and relaxing.
After such a nice lesson on fine tea, we loved the great relaxing one hour foot massages we had just down the street! What a great way to relax after a full day of walking. Norman and Ray took us to the #1 restaurant in town -- Lao Jie Di Eyi Lou — for a great meal with lots ...
... where we will drive to in two days.
Our local guide is named Ray, and in addition to being a tour guide for the last 12 years, Ray is also a tea farmer. Ray’s parents were tea farmers, and had a large plot of land near the top of mountains, but lost it during the Cultural Revolution, and got only a little bit of it back after the Cultural Revolution had concluded. This is where they grow high quality tea today, which we look forward to seeing ...
The open road, the last bastion of human freedom. It brought civilisations together and inspired some of Sean William Scott's finest work.
From cave men foraging paths through the jungle to the opening of the M62 a new road offers optimism and opportunity to the proletariat masses. In regards to the latter I can only imagine the joy experienced by the mancunians when ...