Super 8 Zhuji Meijia
Travel Blogs from Zhuji
... cable car. I don’t want to know how many hours it took over the holidays…
The view from the cable car was amazing but arriving on the mountain top was even better. On the ground it was cloudy and on the mountain we were above the clouds and it was warm and sunny. We were on about 1600m height. After taking some first breathtaking pictures we hiked the stairs up and down to our hotel which took about an hour. Even on the mountains everything is plastered ...
... it just fell out of the sky bc it hardly looks attached to the rocks below, yay differential weathering! And Kathrine C. and I had a little photo shoot with a few Chinese tourists, so that was fun. After dinner everyone was so exhausted. I stayed up just enough to see if I'd be able to see stars up there (I wasn't) and read a little bit, and went to sleep.
Tuesday morning was even more of an early start. We woke up at 4 AM to see the sunrise over the mountain. ...
So yet another random Chinese holiday- "Tomb Sweeping Day"
couldn't have crept up faster and before I knew it Wednesday morning was upon
me and there I was returning from my morning run realizing I HAD to make a
decision about where to travel. I vowed this term I wouldn’t waste anymore
golden travel moments, but also have myself on a solid budget between now and
home!...so I had finally settled on departure for Dehang!
... Drunken fish are literally pieces of fish soaked in alcohol and vacuum packed. They have multiple kinds of drunken fish! Our final stop was at a silk place. We saw the different stages of silk worms and how they collect the silk from the cocoons in very fine threads and then twist them together into thicker strands. They showed us the difference between mixed fabrics, fake silk and real silk. If you try to burn silk it will only form a hard edge ...
As we drove around the city, all we could see was huge boxes everywhere and trucks moving goods around. We were pretty sure this is where a lot of good are made and we could make out factories in the buildings. It was eye opening especially after all the documentaries we have seen.
We then went to another city called Hengdian, which is China's equivalent to Hollywood and Universal Studios. ...
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services