Zhongqiang Holiday Hotel
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... and far more concentrated for providing health benefits. 1500 yuan for 540 tablets.
We walked into the terraced tea plantation before going to lunch at a nearby restaurant.
Then went to the popular West Lake, a boring ride around the lake followed by a delightful walk around the gardens, many walkways, bridges, very scenic.
We bought the tastiest dumplings from Yang’s, pork, prawn ...
... instead of the endless steamed rice and noodles.
After dinner we headed back to the hostel, and as it was Halloween we decided to not be completely boring and at least go for a few drinks. We went up to the rooftop bar where we found a game of unbranded UNO Jenga. Basically, it was a game of Jenga where the previous block that had been removed determined what kind of block the next person had to aim for. This was good fun and took us until ...
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 ...
... though the city now has about 7 million inhabitants, it hasn't grown out around these green areas, something very unusual among the fast growing cities of China.
It has been a lazy stay with slow meandering around the lake and the botanic gardens. For 24 hours, a wet mist wrapped the entire panorama leaving a sense of sleepiness and suspension. We were supposed to see The silk museum but unfortunately it was closed. We then walked along ...
... got to see an original emperor gown (which the company bought back from an auction house in Japan - part of the spoils of the war) as well as a replica. The replica took 3 years to make. Wensli also provided the Chinese athletes at the Beijing Olympics their formal outfits, for the female dress (per dress) it took 12 sewers and 6 months to create. We then had the opportunity to visit the historic pedestrian street ...