Shichahai Sandalwood Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Sunday was our day of rest, free from routines and travel guides. The wet weather had followed us from Xian so we were in no hurry to race out the door. Enjoyed a great breakfast before trying to arrange our transport, through the girl at the front desk, to Mutianyu tomorrow - ...
... a quick rest and soaked in the amazing views below us, before beginning our long walk back. It was far worse walking back down the steep section, than it was walking up it, as it made you feel dizzy and disorientated heading down the steps. Once we got past there it wasn't too bad, although we seemed to have walked much further than we had realised and we were not quite as spritely by now! We made it back with not a minute to spare and were feeling very hungry by now. We ...
... point, we brought some moon cakes since it was the festival today. I brought three kinds: green bean, black bean, and red bean. So yummy.
Then we walked into a different mall. Forever 21 was sexist since it only sold clothing to females there. There was no guy section. I was irradiated.
After the mall, we checked out the food alley. So many food vendors and sellers. There were so many Chinese and foreigners there. I ...
... was probably going to find somewhere to sit down and read my book they didn't object or try to force the issue but as the conversation was ending one of them said, "Maybe we go for coffee later?" Honestly, I really wasn't too bothered but they spoke enough English for conversation and I felt like being polite, so I agreed and we strolled in no particular direction. After reading about the tea scam I really should have seen it coming and in actual fact when she'd asked me I'd run it ...
We were then directed in to an unmarked tea house and led in to a private back room where an impressive array of teas was awaiting us. The students did not know the price but assured us that it would not be expensive. Charlie ordered an orange juice and I was keen to try some of the teas but not before checking the price. Nobody could find a waiter to get a price, and there seemed to be no menu in the room. I eventually found a very complicated menu hidden behind the tea ...