Shan Shui Hotel
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... the day before the start of the Moon Festival. Everyone was shopping like crazy, including buying round and thick Moon biscuits which are the traditional gift at this time of year. Quanjude duck restaurant was down a side street and people were having their photo taken outside. Luckily, we got a table straight away and even an english speaking waitress. Soon the duck was ordered and just as soon a duck appeared on a trolley. I started taking a picture and was ...
... means decorative rocks, trees and pavilions. The rocks are formed under lakes for hundreds of years. The cool holes in the rocks are actually drilled by carvers and then returned to the water to weather the holes. General things I learned: 1. They actually have volunteer pushers who stand at the bus stops and subway stations and literally push people onto the bus and subway car. That explained the buses I saw with people smashed against the windows and doors. 2. All ...
... large squares and a great garden, which was the first bit of greenery we have really seen in China.
In one place, the group thought it was fun to don the costumes. And we became celebrities!! I don't think we have ever had so many people wanting photos (apart from our wedding!). Should have charged some money - could have made a fortune!
We were then off to get packed up and on the bullet train to Xi'an. ...
... pretty much the same as last night with everyone tucking in. One thing was evident and that was several in the group were really tired and would need an early night. After a brief meeting to talk about the day and make them aware we needed to check out at 7.15am, the group headed back up stairs to relax and pack their cases for tomorrow’s installment.
All 3 of us have been so impressed with how the whole group coped with the weather today and ...
... was 40 minutes or 50 Yuan for the chair lift. We took the chair lift as we wanted to maximise our time on the wall, this was a mistake. Sarah's fear of heights really kicked in on the rickety chair lift up the mountain as we passed over a pretty big valley. Once on the wall it's not as you might expect, or certainly wasn't as we expected. Of course it follows the ridge line of the mountains, as any self respecting defensive wall should, but in the steep sections it's incredibly ...