Sunshine Lishe Hotel
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... of wood has gone up. We also saw the Grand Canal, which had its own army patrols and canal towns. It’s a well-maintained way of transportation and access to different cultures and religions. The Ming Empire hasn’t really made any drastic technological changes. However, the economy has changed a bit with the larger population and less use of metal.
AP World Textbook- Pages 273, 343
... in this city and they shared the influence of economics and politics. My top 5 favorite items i traded for were, meat, grain, wheat, grapes, and food. Did I mention the food there is delicious. I also stumbled upon the Mogao Caves and they were breathtakingly boring. I now needed to rest and get ready for my next stop in Xinjiang.
... Choose the first button again, slight pause and out comes the card- phew!
Tired and hungry we are trying to find one of 500 seats among 5,000 waiting passengers. Many natives are just sitting on the floor. Bingo, a seat is found and its right outside a restaurant. Rob doesn't care if serves bullfrog or donkey cock, and walks up to the counter. Its all in Chinese but the prices are in numerals and it appears there is a meal deal with each meal. What's the ...
... it was four. Defiantly four.
Holy ****! How is it so cold in here? Lanzhou was an incredibly windy town in the middle of what seemed to be a god- forsaken frozen desert. As soon as we left the airport we started thinking how this effects our plans, neither of us has enough warm clothes to stay an extended period of time outside, and because we are both outdoorsy people this just wouldn't do. ...
A Couple Days of Rest At Sea - ENR to Shanghai
Friday 23Mar12. 23 degrees and windy
We slept in until 8:50am this morning!! We grabbed breakfast and headed for a deck chair. This all sounds reasonably civilized - or so you would think. Bonnie was sitting on the chairs, saving some for the others while they ducked back to their rooms and put on their swim suits. Jan and I were still finishing off our breakfast at the table and chairs behind ...