Hangzhou Zhijiang Hotel
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... memorandum of understanding between our schools with Principal Rose. This is a formal ceremony where both principals sign an agreed understanding to continue our sister school relationship and exchange gifts.
Later in the afternoon after school had finished we met our host student and then it was off to spend the weekend with our host families.
We soaked up the scenery, snapped pictures and reluctantly made our way back down to the Ying family restaurant and tea farm. Here we were served a delicious, local lunch on an outside patio with views of the tea plantation around us.
After lunch we learned about and observed how the tea leaves are processed after picking .All teas come from the same plant; the Camellia sinensis, which I thoroughly photographed earlier today. It is how the leaves ...
... to view some of the ancient bridges.
How peaceful the evening was! I have been to, and written about other water towns which were a hustling, bustling area of shops and tourist commerce. This was not the case here. It was a quiet peaceful neighborhood where the houses just happen to be along the water and connected by these extraordinary ancient bridges. As we quietly wandered around we saw families gathered around tables having their dinner. A few were watching TV. Our ...
Barely took any photos in Hangzhou as it ****** it down most of the time we were there but here are a few. Hangzhou isn't much of a wintery place really as most of the activities are based around the lake. We attempted to walk around it on my birthday but got soaked through so went to a silk museum instead. I told you it was three wet and wild girls let loose in China...We made up for the ****** weather by going for some real nice food at a restaurant called Grean Tea restaurant though. ...
... Chinese cities, I suspect. New building are being constructed on every corner and the city's new subway is opening later this year. Judging by the traffic congestion, an additional mode of public transport will be much appreciated by Hangzhou's 6 million inhabitants.
In addition, it might be an idea for the Chinese Municipal Governments to build more elevated or underground pedestrian crossings. Just getting across the road, in Hangzhou ...