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by Julia Powalla
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There's some semi-old architecture in Wuhan. Most of it was destroyed in the early 20th century, but some of the buildings from the 1920s and up are nice. So I visited some of the places in my guidebook. I walked all the way from one end of the city to the other, where I had to catch my train.
There is a ...
... the trip, I thought.
Next we had lunch at a vegetarian restaurant inside the Changchun temple. We walked around there and then traveled to the Guiyuan temple, where there was a room full of literally 500 golden Buddhist saints. Amazing!
We were tired, so after that we went to sleep. I didn't really wake up until the morning. I slept about 12 hours. I must have needed it...
... to maneuver her into the aisle the whole way there.
So, I was a little grumpy when I showed up at the train station and couldn't find the spot where I was supposed to meet Ye, my couchsurfing host. After about an hour of confusion, we finally found each other and then went straight home to bed.
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