Tianyuan Hot Spring Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... his repertoire printed out and people shout requests. The chinese along and most have no rhythm at all. Clapping off beat of singing 2 bars too late. One guy finds Des brilliant and once he's finished singing comes down to the table, asks to shake his hand and for a photo. He's feeling like a rock star!
Subway back home wasn't so eventful. We're all tired after such a long day. Hopefully tomorrow will be just as fun!
Cliona, Miriam, Des and Cian
... loving toward us. We were shown to a very large open, carpeted room with chairs around the permieter where we did several pieces of paperwork. Then, the moment we were waiting for....as Dana finished up his round of paperwork, I could hear many people outside the room and glanced from the corner of my eye, a little girl in a beautiful bright outifit being held and ready to be brought in.
Of course, my tears started at that ...
... that, the city centres tend to be pretty clean in terms of rubbish, with gloved and masked, orange clad street sweepers out in force sweeping up every bit of rubbish dropped. The drains and small side streets are another matter though, but I won’t go there. The novelty of the squat toilets actually appealed to the girls and much of the time they insisted on using them even when there was an option of a sitter.
The food proved to be a ...
... br> Fresh water pearl market was very interesting! The pearls are cultivated in the water in the lake at the Summer Palace and they are all sorts of colours, even dark blue and black - 100% real. I bought myself some earrings.. they are gorgeous. The tour lady opened an oyster for us to see and there were over 12 pearls in side! Awesome sight.
We then went to the Summer Palace, which is the largest and most beautiful ...
... with ethnicities of Persia, Central Asia, Japan, Vietnam, Tibet, and India living in Chang'An, while green-eyed, blond-haired dancers attracted visitors to its many inns. Our next step on the Silk Road took us to Wuwei, home of the Bronze Galloping Horse Treading on a Flying Swallow. The horse is a masterfully crafted bronze by an unknown artist, made about 2,000 years ago and found in a Han dynasty tomb. We visited the tomb in Wuwei, ...