Zi Luo Lan Hotel
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... made some tea, put our feet up and finally relaxed.
To celebrate this rare and special moment Rohene was ready to go for the big guns: She went into our gift cupboard and brought out a pack of Ferrero Rocher! Originally meant as a gift for a potential host or kind person, she decided that she still had plenty of other gifts and that
we deserved to treat ourselves after such a ...
... felt the urge to join them, pop a few pipas, drink the world’s finest green tea and play some Mahjong. But today wasn’t that day. We swiftly moved on to the first floor where the food was already waiting for us on the turntables.
I immediately spotted the spring rolls. So it took me exactly 14 days and roughly 42 meals in China before coming across any spring rolls. Once again, this confirmed that we only encounter ...
... of the emperors, who made six trips from Beijing to Hangzhou just for the tea, each trip lasting six months.
I also realized that the Germans have it totally wrong by using just one word for leafy tea (green, oolong or black) and infusion tea – it’s all Tee to them. But technically real tea is only derived from the tea plant so only the former should be referred to as ...
... most of the large cities, they have a metro system and almost all the stops have a free bicycle exchange system that is very well used. China recognizes that it has a serous air pollution problem and these bike exchanges are just one way to combat it. Other means are to restrict traffic. For example, in Beijing, each weekday the cars with license plates ending in a specific two digit combination are allowed to drive, ie, Monday it ...
... of the lake, and choreographed by the same man who put the Opening Ceremonies together for the Beijing Olympic Games. It was spectacular in every way, the music, costumes, special effects! We really loved it. It tells a love story that is said to have happened here in Hangzhou, on the “Broken Bridge” that we rode our bikes over today.
Tomorrow is our last day in China, and we fly to Hong Kong. Hard to believe our trip is nearly ...