Yangzhou Cuiyuan City Hotel
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... in flat like accommodation. It was mostly families and then there was an old person building, but it was not a care home!
We took the lift (thank god!) to the 11th floor and then we were greeted by a crowd of people who were all related to shuya in some way and had come to have dinner with us! Now i quickly learnt that people in china are either insisting that i eat something or i sit down and preferably both! You soon learn not to decline! But its awkward when an old lady gets ...
beautiful lunch near the hotel and a walk from there back to the hotel.
Barrie was by this time in need of bed so the three of us
walked back to the shopping street and also explored the large department store
and its eight or so floors of everything imaginable. Out to another restaurant
for dinner (sans Barrie) and then to a cormorant show.
To control the birds, the fishermen tie a snare near the
base of the bird's throat. ...
... both cats and dogs strung up like the pigs and cows. You could get very upset by this (I did) but I guess you have to accept that this is a different culture and accept it.
Laden with goods for our cooking class sans cat and dog we walked to the restaurant for our cooking lesson.
The cooking lesson was amazing! We all went to the kitchen and donned our Chefs hat and aprons! We cooked 3 dishes, Beer Fish which was Catfish in beer, Go Bang Chicken and ...
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... section of the museum. Five hundred cultural relics are displayed in the meantime and this reflects the historic and culture scenes of Yangzhou. The gem of the museum is a Yuan-dynasty glazed vase/bottle which has a blue background and a white dragon. Definitely no photos are allowed the number of security guards ensures that!! It is one of only 3 of these in the world – the others 2 – one in Beijing and one in Paris are slightly smaller than this one. Needless to ...