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Travel Blogs from Changzhou
... thunder and lightening. As time approached to meet the bus the rain did die Donna a little and we shared plastic ponchos and made a dash for the pagoda like entrance to the street. Other members on the tour didn't fare as well as we did and some we drenched, but it was all good fun. The downside was that we didn't really get to see much of the hotel but we all agreed that our rooms were probably the best yet. And we all slept really well!
... construction of the Grand Canal in AD 609, Changzhou became a canal port and transshipment point for locally-grown grain, and has maintained these roles ever since. Famous for its floral exhibits in late September, there's an obvious tranquility to this city, and its inhabitants are far more relaxed and polite, especially towards foreigners, than in Beijing. Changzhou is an educational hub and is home to several universities, including Changzhou University, ...
... Chinese people’ and used it as a summer retreat for their beloved Chairman Mao.
The Lichang Garden, just like many tourist locations we have been to thus far in China, were filled with domestic tourists. It felt as though, despite their obsession with Western culture, the Chinese had a deep rooted insatiable desire for their past. Boyi, my father’s friend enlightened us on this.
’After the great purge and ...
Hey Spring look over here!
And this is what a paint tray looks like.
On Wednesday after school Mr. Jing taught Irene how ...