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... for many renowned scholars and poets.
♦The Penglai Pavilion is a very good place to witness a magical mirage because it often occurs here, and it is also a good place to appreciate the magnificent scene of the sun rising in the morning.
♦Under the pavilion is the Penglai Water City built in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It has two gates, namely, the south Zhenyang Gate, and the north Water ...
... of any lane you fancy, you can toot your horn as often as you want although they do seem to drive at about 40 km p/h everywhere, even though most roads are a 60 km p/h limit! It’s slow progress! When we arrived at the bus station Jack got us our ticket and put us on the right bus; however on the way back, there was no Jack! I am proud to say that we succeeded in not only buying our tickets, but selecting the correct bus, and even managing a taxi back from the ...
... Dao (Taoist) gods - some dating back to the Tang Dynasty, emperors have visited here also. Also there is a Ming Dynasty military harbour which was something quite different to what I'd come across in past trips to the Middle Kingdom.
Not much else to say here as transport etc. was quite straightfoward, other than it was a really nice place to spend the day.
... be seeing it again, especially since we had spent 7 days in Beijing on a previous visit to China.
Our 1st stop was the German Concession. By mid-19th century, Tianjin was opened to foreign trade. To reduce the possibility of conflict, the Chinese ceded certain authorities over foreign countries, in specific areas of Tianjin. The British and French concessions were the earliest to be created, between 1895 and 1900 and they were ...
... bring us home. It was interesting driving out of Yantai to get a better feel for the part of the world we are in. The country side is rather inhospitable looking, mostly flat, with a few small craggy, rocky mountains. There are small, dirty, dusty villages dotted across the country side and alot of farmland.
Nanshan is a small town a couple of hours away, unremarkable except for the massive ...