Tang Cheng Hotel
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... No matter the Mercedes van driver and guide all
turned up on time and off we went.
In Suzhou we visited the “Humble Administrators Garden”
which is one of the best Chinese classical gardens, constructed in the Ming
dynasty with a central pond with pavilions, terraces and towers. It is 5
hectares in size and was really stunning. Everywhere you looked was beautiful.
There was a bonsai garden and large lotuses were in the ornamental pond. ...
... trying to plan how I can come back. So, despite the fearful prospect of leaving, I am really and truly happy, and that's all I can ask for.
On my first day in China I was stared at by a lot of people. My family was very kind and my host student was cool. I lived with my host mom, dad, and grandmother, along with my host student Ellen. I remember my first breakfast was cereal, toast, and eggs. I also met my grandmother that day. I ...
... toast, and noodles, Alex and I went biking through the city for an hour and a half. During the ride I saw beautiful parks, universities and a lake. The day ended with a nice vegetable filled dinner and an early bedtime of 9:30 for school the next day. Sam ...
... were made solid but the bodies were made hollow so that the clay could bake properly at the super high temperature. The head was then put on after the baking so that the steam could escape from the neck of the body in order to ensure it was a stronger statue. Regardless just looking at all of these statues leave you in a state of awe no matter who you are. The 3rd pit is perhaps the most famous as there are hundreds of statues in line all prepared for war all while waiting for ...
... moves on around them.
From the city wall we went to visit the wild goose pagoda. Josh and i may be getting a little templed and pagodad out to have fully appreciated this one, although the story about an auspiciious flock of ducks flying overhead just as this was built and then the lead duck dying and being buried there and lending the pagoda its name was interesting.
This particular pagoda houses confucionism texts in great stone tablets. The ...