Tu Ha Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 8220;en famille”. Lindsay in her blog described the round
table dining experience and we're starting to get used to it. You
have to be fast and grab what you want or it will go by and not be
seen again for another 10 minutes at which time all the food that you
wanted may be gone. We've all really enjoyed the fresh veg lightly
stir fried and we've all ventured tasting some new things. The Peking
duck was thinly sliced and served with ...
... potatoes, tempura, fried squid, chocolate lava cake, exalter type thing, and these green tea pudding cookie things. Very unhealthy. Dana and I sat next to each other on the two hour bus ride and ate out food. She's really nice and funny, it was good talking to her.
The drive was really pretty. After ...
... in the middle. It was getting close to dinner time and we looked for a place to eat. I messaged my friend from Taiwan to ask for recommendations. Unfortunately, we never found it and ended up at McDonald’s instead XD. They have green tea ice cream here! Fast-food in china >> Canada.
We hung out in the McD’s for a couple hours before heading home. We have an early day tomorrow at the Great Wall.
-- Ryan ...
... 6 months of the year. It has been completely rebuilt a few times, and the Emperoress The Dragon Lady has place her heavy hand on it in the late 19th Century. Still you get an idea of what it was like. The longevity pagoda is now a souvenir shop, you pay an extra 10 rmb for the pleasure of climbing the stairs and visit the shop, as you can guess I opted out. The rest of the summer palace is very nice, except the crowds. ...
... swallow... I think I got 4 pieces in before I told Darren I didn't think I could finish it. The meat lacked that stringy texture - it was like sausage meat but really strong in flavour. I called the waiter over and took out my picture book again, pointing to my meal and then to a picture of a sausage. "No, no" he said and pointed with certainty to the picture of the pig and then his own side, just below the ribs. Mmmm... pig's liver... I'll have the ...