Ninghai Hotspring Summer Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... old at the time. This guy, Qin Shi Huang, lived into his fifties - then died and was buried in a tomb located close to this site. Fast forward to 1974 - some local farmers digging a well uncovered the first evidence of the extraordinary lengths this emperor went to ensure his protection in the afterlife. More than 7,000 life sized terra cotta archers, infantrymen, soldiers, horses, and chariots in full battle gear and standing ...
Well, today will be very short. Expect more tomorrow. You see, I woke up at 10 because I was making up for all the sleep I'd missed the night before to Yesterday's mountain (Huang Mountain). In any case, I got my things ready, asked for directions to get to the bus station and started walking. It is amazingly hot outside. I finally found the bus and it brought me to the station. I got on the bus from Hangzhou to Yunhe. Meanwhile, the ...
... for success; however, I was once again waved away, but I kept trying and showed her another piece of paper I had written every train I was willing to take. The women at the counter showed me the screen of the computer with a list of every train I had written down on my piece of paper and there were two trains that had availability. One train had 10 spots left for standing only for a 16 hour train ride and the other was the super bullet train that I had ...
We woke up this morning dreading the next few days. International travel is difficult.We ate breakfast at the hotel, and I was very glad to know that soon I would have a normal American breakfast. We headed to the airport around 9:30, and we had to say our goodbyes to Shelley and let her go catch a bus to go to the train station to go back to Nan Jing. It is always good to see ...
Tomb Sweeping Day is a National Chinese holiday celebrated in April. It is dedicated for the people who have deceased. It is a tradition for Chinese families to climb mountains and visit the tombs of their loved ones. They take a broom and sweep their tombs. As well they bring food for the deceased and leave it on their tombs, the family has a picnic next to the tomb to show love to their deceased family ...