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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to always be under construction, and even though there were some nice shopping areas, it was still a bit too filthy and unpleasant to enjoy!
We met an Australian couple on our bus ride to Leshan, they were traveling in China for 2 weeks. They were fun to talk to for a while, and we at least had some company to brave the public bus again once we got to the train station. There was a girl on the bus who handed us all a gold heart on ...
... fashion like when you are waiting in line for the next ride at Disneyland, but luckily there was ************e there. It must be hell to go there during the weekends or on national holidays and having to make your way through the dozens of loud, obnoxious and oversized Chinese tour-groups. I had a good look at the Buddha, wandered around the park for a bit and called it a ...
... and scruffy people went about their work.
Not much else can be said about the day. We found the cycling mentally and physically tough after such a long break from the saddle, especially in the relentless sleet and, unfit, our slow pace meant no time for breaks. When 50 miles arrived we were certainly ready for a hotel. Our destination of Meishan was another 10 miles away and it was a good decision that made us stop and ask around in a town which ...
... a bridge over to Wayou Shan. More steps took us up to the pink walled monastary, was a very peaceful place some fantastic statues and a lovely temple where there were monks praying. Feeling better after our experience there we went down to the bottom, expecting to find a bus or boat, but there were no directions to anything! managed to flag a taxi down to take us into Leshan. Halfway there we had to stop as Niamh needed to ...
... A hacked head cannot be held from the time millet is sown to the time it is harvested. To avoid evil effect on the millet, the hacked head cannot be placed in the barn or hung or hung on the outside walls. In the Isbukan tribe a special rack for the for the hacked head will be erected near the house of the group leader. The Wizard of the Bunun: In traditional Bunun society, when someone encounters difficulties, he/she would turn to the wizard for ...