Ruida Business Hotel Lanzhou Yinbin
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... was going on. The most prestigious artifact in the museum is the "Gansu Flying Horse", a small bronze sculpture mad in the 2nd century AD which is seen as a prime example of not just Silk Road craftsmanship, but also of the cultural ties of the Silk Road - as it portrays a breed of horse from Kyrgyzstan. The museum took up most of our day and we decided not to venture into the city centre itself, as we could see Lanzhou's most famous other site from our balcony - the ...
... A few exchanged some money, to be ready for travels today to the Olympic Park, Ming Tombs, Jade Factory, the Great Wall and then Peking duck for dinner (Mr Miller will be joining us tonight for this). Well, I have to apologize for this being my entry and not the students, but we are having difficulties with the Internet. Hopefully it will be much better in Xi'an. We are keeping our legs and chopstick moving at a great pace and enjoying every minute! More entries will be made as we ...
... of cats living in it. I love cats so this was excellent, though RC who is allergic got sniffly and coughed up a furball. We went back to Shanghai; huge and wonderful again. Best place in China (again, 23 million people; London and New York have around 8 million each!). Went along the Bund and saw the old buildings, looked across the river to the new futuristic financial district in Pudong. Saw the Old Town, the French Concession, People's Square and People's Park. ...
... here than the US. Shirley/Charlotte says we can't bargain (she thinks), she can't communicate to us what the sales people are saying or the numbers/prices they are proposing. We are overwhelmed. The camera lenses are 1/4 again more expensive than the states, so I am ready to leave. Then i get the bright idea to offer 25% more than what i am willing to pay in attempts to see if they even bargain. I have stepped in it! Now I am trapped. They start pulling merchandise to ...
Breakfast on the boat is buffet style and has more Chinese
options than Western, however we do have some cereal, banana, fried eggs and
(one morning) bacon. Coffee is good.
We are sharing the cruise with several other Wendy Wu tour
members on different tours, and also some from the same tour Wonders of China,
but different group. There was ...