- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Lijiang
... sweetcorn and we have seen in various locations the harvesting and drying on the roof tops. We get back to the hotel, and are tired after all the walking and fresh air of the last few days, so we have a rest before we head out for an early dinner and then our entertainment of the evening, the Naxi music performance at the Naxi Music Hall. We were offered free front row seats to the evening performance by way of an apology from the Beijing travel company for our ...
... downfall as we've been good so far...once again it is nice to just get a break from Chinese food. Back to hotel via a different route and we stumble across the street of bars. It is like a mad version of Broad Street in Birmingham. People everywhere. Bright lights, huge TV screens, and loud music coming from the many bars, all with live singers. Fascinating...we decide it is not for us tonight and head back through the streets to our **************tails at the ...
... The Chinese lady next to Kate gives her a packet of sunflower seeds. We find an airline-issued iPad in the seat pouch. Ian gives it a go but doesn't get far given it's all in Chinese. Thank goodness Kate thinks, the Chinese guy behind her has been playing it on full volume the entire trip! Towards the end of the flight we are treated to a short fashion show much like those we recall from our flights in Vietnam. The cabin crew pose with silk scarves. We decide to pass on ...
... this whole trip so far!!) And so we say goodbye to China, leaving behind a little bit of England in the form of two sweaty English tourists appearing in so many Chinese 2013 holiday snaps!
Trains and Distance Travelled:
Beijing to Huangshan: 1,298km
Huangshan to Chengdu: 1,709km
Chengdu to Lijang: 787km
Lijang to Kunming: 520km
Kunming to Hanoi (Vietnam): 548km
Total distance travelled: 26,685km (or approx ...
... Les maisons sont toutes en bois et les rues sont toutes pavées. Certaines sont longées par des petits ruisseaux. Tous les immeubles sont pour les touristes, soit des boutiques (avec un nombre étonnant d’endroits pour apprendre le djembé), des bars-restaurants ou des hôtels (700 dans la vieille ville). La minorité locale s'appelle les 'Naxi', qui sont apparemment le seul peuple à encore utiliser un système ...