Zhejiang Hotel (Santaishan 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.
We arrived in Hangzhou, ready for our journey to Moganshan. Moganshan is a small town, famous amongst the Chinese for being a tourist resort for the rich Chinese. Chairman Mao's summerhouse was located in Moganshan and was one of the optional activities during our stay. The reason for this is because Moganshan has a cooler climate in the summer, which can get quite hot in Shanghai. A lot of the area is filled with bamboo plants, which are harvested for ...
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 ...
... and kids gathered around the ponds and pools spread throughout the park. The real attraction are the impressively big and long fish living there... check the pics!
The touristy part of Hangzhou and the old centre has been preserved from the crazy run to the modernity that is characteristic of this particular Chinese time. From my (Marta) perspective this city highlights again the two souls that I found in China: the simplicity of ...
... market challenge #2 was issued - ¥100 per student, find something as a keep sake to remember this trip and to share with the family. Ryan won this round with his scroll, which was Confucius type sayings/poem reminding the reader on the importance of being a good person. Then onto lunch - interesting as Alan our guide gave us a budget per table and a menu, leaving the decision of what to order to us. One table ...