Jinlong Jianguo Hot Spring Hotel
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Well, yesterday was a very busy one! I'm going to post some short snippets from our world travelers!! Jackson Ford: The Temple of Heaven is my favorite so far because of the clear blue sky's that day and it was massive and it seemed like you were on top of the world. There'd wasn't that many people there either it was amazing and if I could go back …
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