Xinzhou Boutique Hotel Shaoxing Jiefang Road
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... and continued on our walk before driving back to the hotel.
Back to the hotel for a short rest then eight of us went into town by taxi. Lots of buildings with decorative lighting, lots of neon lighting and massive televisions on the sides of buildings. We went into a large shopping complex, similar to large complexes at home but more modern and quirky displays. The only night I didn't have my camera on me.
Went to a village at Wuzhen in Hangzhou ( population of 8 million people). Our tour included a stop at a Batik workshop where you watched the creation of a batik design. China has learned quickly from U.S. Marketing. After the tour you exit into a gift shop! Having ...
Around the eighth century the Song Dynasty got a bit spanked up in the north and so relocated their capital down to the warm south in the city of Hangzhou. Why was this great? Because they built the huge West Lake on the side of the city and it has been improved and beautified ever since. Also beyond the lake, further west, are lush green hills and tea plantations meaning the modern city itself is a horseshoe shape. This was most interesting ...
... well, the other however decided to simply order sweet n sour pork and rice...in fact it was a table of 10, originally they wanted 8 pork. Mr Simon stepped in, which turned out to be a good idea as the pork was not just meat but had bones, sort of like knuckles. After lunch was the Dragon Well tea plantation where we tried 'spring' green tea (first pick). We tried the tea after steaming each eye. Yep, we did. ...
... of us, particularly when we said that it tasted a little bit like custard apple - not quite accurate. Funny enough, no one liked this fruit which is considered a delicacy. However, they were given free time, in which the Vaughan's brought some mangosteen, dates and gooseberries. Most liked the mangosteen, some, the dates and very few the gooseberries. It's all an experience. We were ...