Wanzhou International Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... particularly after the subsequent revelation that our fellow foreigners were ripped off. In such petty matters must we take our pleasures on this voyage!
B: I also manage to pass the time perusing a few of the local shops which line the road to the temple. Akin to the souvenir shops at Knock, each of them overflows with similar religious (obviously Buddhist in this context) memorabilia and tourist ...
... the first time she missed and it moved over by the tv. The next time she got it but we couldn't find it (I did the next day when I stepped on the dead crunchy thing).
We had our breakfast buffet up on the Executive deck. We sit at one table and the five people in our group who paid for the Executive deck sit at another table next to ours. We both eat the breakfast and lunch buffet. Only dinner is different. We do buffet, they are served a sit ...
... arrangements in them. There is a spectacular chandelier and a pool with several glass sculptures that look like Chihouli's. Our room is even more plush than at the Westin Shanghai.
Tonight we are going for a "Dumpling Dinner" since this is the local specialty. We will be having a dozen different kinds! Tomorrow we will go to the Terra Cotta Warrior Museum and see them in person! A bucket list item for sure!! The guide said that they were discovered by a few farmers ...
... a city wall surrounding the inner portion of the city. Dinner was served at a local dumpling restaurant, with over 15 different types of dumplings served to us. Some of the dumplings were even hand pressed into designs such as rabbits, chickens, and ducks. Tomorrow we view the Terracotta Army and head to a Tang Dynasty show where we will experience traditional song, dance, and colorful ...
... down to meet our ship. There were some stalactites along the water's edge, and it was amazing to see the vegetation growing out of the rocks, which was chiefly bamboo. This evening was the captain's farewell dinner, with table service rather than buffet. There were a zillion courses, some with a nod to Western cuisine (a salad , a kind of chicken baked en croute, but Chinese style) and then coursed after course of Chinese style food.. ...