Yue Jia Business Hotel (Station)
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... be interesting to see how similar museums treat these themes in Xinjiang and Tibet, and what sort of people go there. I will say, in this museum I heard very little Mongolian spoken, and I got the sense that most of the patrons were Han Chinese.
On the fourth floor, there was a fascinating exhibit of artwork depicting the war against Japan in Inner Mongolia. It featured predictably bloody and searing imagery.
... dance that traffic and pedestrians engage in at each large intersection. There are traffic signals, but they often don't follow a logical sequence and most pedestrians seem to take them as suggestions rather than rules. The rule at most intersections seemed to be: when there are enough pedestrians waiting to cross and a slight gap appears between oncoming cars, stride boldly across in a group and expect traffic to accommodate you.
... desperately wanted to buy a wolf’s claw as an iPhone charm. We found several stores selling these, but all were deemed to be overpriced.
Back on the train, we all whiled the day away napping and reading and watching the empty countryside go by. Porters would periodically come through with carts containing an assortment of ...
... bike rental as in every large city in the world, here there is also bike repair, food stands and small pedlers selling souvenirs or boiled corn on the cob. Loud music comes from the small family stores which line the streets, and there are many pedestrians, including children in school uniform (some schools use a colorful jogging outfit) and older people playing cards or just sitting on the curb talking. When we reach the cellphone center, we find a walhalla for ...
... can surely hear him without it. Nonetheless an amiable little man. And sisi has the chance to extract valuable travel information. When we start to move again everybody moves to the corridor to look out of the window at China, which is only 5 minutes away. The first impressions could be better. Collapsed houses and sheds, litter, buildings with broken windows. Total decay. In between some small vegetable gardens. Train parts, more and more tracks. Suddenly a ...