TripAdvisor Reviews Jinbaihe Hotel Lanzhou
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... other is dull and contains air bubbles. We are left to roam around the factory store, admiring the sculptures as well as pendants, bracelets and other objects. Jade is not only green but white, yellow, purple and can be soft or *********e.
A couple on our tour bus goes to buy something but the rest of us head to the coffee corner, most of us having missed breakfast. We chit chatted and talked about what everyone was doing in China.
Next stop! The great wall, ...
Tomorrow (Christmas Day) we will be revisting the orphanage to say a more proper thank you and goodbye to the men, women and children there. And we will also be able to take photos and videos for Josie to look at and know how much she was loved here in China as well.
Merry Christmas to all of you. God bless you for your love and kindness during this journey.
Rebecca, Dana and Josie
... back up about 6.15am so could chat to Roger on the laptop at 7am my time and midnight his time. We did a spot of checking out the electrics in the car - I had sent him various photos to look at of wires and fuses etc so he can direct me as to what to try next. Ruled some things out and may have narrowed down where the problem may be coming from - will take more internet phone calls and photos etc though - fingers crossed.
... through the Three Gorges. In 1997, Chongqing became the administrative center of the new city-province of Chonqing Shi, which stretches 311 miles (500 km) east to Hubei.
THREE GORGES DAM
The construction of Three Gorges Dam, at over 600 ft (180 m) high and more than a mile (2 km) across, was intended to provide a significant amount ...
... exhibit was this fake dinosaur that would lay an egg if you pay for it. The egg transforms into a dinosaur!
For lunch I had 牛肉面 (beef noodles). Lanzhou is supposed to be famous for their 牛肉面. It was only 4 kuai for a big bowl, and the noodles were hand made! After lunch we found this really good ice cream place that had melon flavored ice cream! It tasted just ...