- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrived in Yannan quite late in the afternoon but with enough time to go and visit the Revolutionary Museum, an impressively large building, and the Wangjiaping Revolutionary Headquarters where Mao and Co. lived and worked in the late 1940s. We saw the rooms where he and Zhou Enlai lived which I was impressed by. The museum was a huge ( …
... the more interesting parts of a chicken, or roasted trotters which, though not to M's taste, generated huge queues from the locals.
K actually found eating street food easier as you can choose your own meatless ingredients and guarantee the food fresh and hot. A huge bowl of tasty veggie noodles or rice is 10 Yuan (£1) and it is easily enough to feed two.
Having walked for 7 hours, we headed home for a quick beer and early night in preparation for PingYao
... food restaurant that had the air of McDonalds but we were treated to at least three-star service by the eager counter staff who did all they could to help us choose a meal despite them speaking little English and even brought our food to the table, cleared it, escorted me to the toilet and held the door open for us on the way out of the restaurant. To eat, we both ended up having a Chinese 'burger' made with pork that tasted a lot like a hog roast along with a ...
... section of the city and south area is home to several colleges and universities. Chonqing is home to many people from the Tujan tribe (minority group), and is noted for its Sechzuan cuisine. From there we flew to Xi'an, the cultural centre of China. Xi'an was once the the capital of ancient China and many artifacts dating back to 1000BC have been unearthed here. We visited the provincial museum that displays artifacts from the early Chinese civilization and from the Qin, Han ...
... it in the 1930's!!! Jenna was a book of knowledge, and very, very pleasant. So good to have a great guide who is always willing to help, and we found it extremely comforting knowing that she did all of the hard work, like getting tickets for entry to all exhibits, parks, etc. Next we visited the Huaqing Hot Spring Park which was used by the Emporess as a Summer Palace. Those guys and their family sure knew how to live, they bathed in what would ...