Ming Cheng Hotel
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... on coaches they transfer to smaller coaches. The large sign indicates that there are three main areas of terraces, one includes a chairlift. Very Disney! We head onwards in the car, climbing higher and higher up a narrow road. We climb up and up, our driver throwing the car around the steep bends. Scary stuff. Eventually we arrive safely. We are in the clouds and it is starting to drizzle. Hopefully it will clear by the time we get to the top. We start our ...
... busier. Near to the end of Nanjing Road is a hotel. The Peace Hotel. Everyone kept taking pictures of it, so we did too. I need to look up why it's quite so famous. The views at night from The Bund are pretty spectacular. Just look at the pictures. After thrashing Susie at pool again we went to bed. On Sunday we planned to go see the second Avengers movie. When we got to a cinema near People's Park we changed our minds. ¥120 for a ticket!!! No thanks! We walked through the ...
... also beat us all at cards so we gave up and sent him to bed and had a few beers. I'd been keeping an eye on local weather and so planned a trip to the Longji rice terraces about 2.5hrs outside of Guilin, although not the best time to visit due to inclement weather I thought I'd chance it, again the tour was a good social point as two rather pleasant Argentinian girls from my hostel were on the tour also and on boarding the bus there was an ...
Photograph after photograph lay in wake as alluring and beautiful scenery greets us at every bend. We make for the villages and return content. It's been a good day, we conclude. Good times all around and a feeling of ecstasy from the surrounding landscape, we take one last glimpse of Dragon's backbone and make for the bus. Time to move on. And we do.
Today after a breakfast of french toast, we were off on the tour by 9am - me, 2 Austrians Karoline and Jacob and 2 Americans Bryan and Jen. The drive to the terraces was about 2 and a half hours, the last part being on windy roads with cliff drop sides and a lot of honking before corners. Eventually we arrived at the less touristy Dazhai village ( a laid back Yao village) and we had a quick look at ...