Yanchun Garden Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Trips like this one to China can do one of two things to a group of students; it can build on previous friendships making them stronger through a common experience; and it can create new friendships that were not a part of previous day to day relationships. The staff on this trip have observed our young men being thoughtful, considerate and genuine in their relationships with each other. Don't miss understand ...
... bus back, so they didn't need the public bus. Who cares about the Canadian sitting here waiting right? I had to wait another hour for the next one, eventually a group of funny ladies sat down next to me and gave me some sunflower seeds and dates. Together we waited a long time.
We took the bus back when it finally came, I fell asleep and when I woke up they were gone. I took another ...
... allowed folks, go see it yourself.
There's also a two faced bronze buddha statue and a revolving library bookcase, for ancient sutras. Monks believed it was good luck to push them around in circles.
Guanyin was again represented as a giant bronze colossus with at least 20 arms. She lives in the pavilion of "great mercy", so I kneeled down and asked her if I could have some and I'm not joking, she answered. She said very loudly and clearly, ...
... though, we stopped at the entrance of the highway and had to get off. I thought it had broken down (again), so I took pictures thinking it was funny. It was not funny when we had to change buses. The new but had a lot of people already on it and it also smelled like *****. I sat next to a dirty old man who was quite possibly the source of the smell, however, it was all encompassing, so there was no way to detect the exact location of the **** ...
... spans the two sides.
To get to the bridge, and the path that hugs the wall on one side of the cliff walls, one must walk up a dizzying number of steps painstakingly build between the cut. I regret not having the presence of mind to count the steps, but I would guess at about 800 or so. It is a long climb up with many breaks to turn back and peer down into the thickly forested valley floor. These observational breaks ...