Shichahai Sandalwood Boutique Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the university of agriculture concert turned out to be a wonderful performance opportunity. We rehearsed in the afternoon before eating in the uni cafeteria (some very interesting dishes in this meal!!!) . The concert had a huge audience and we felt so welcome. It was a really happy occasion for all. A traditional Chinese instrumental group played first followed by our strings. Then we heard a Chinese choir ...
"Go to the summer palace!" I will but it's really bad today, I will go on the next nice day. And low and behold, that day came one day after my conversation with heather. So on the way to the school I in a split second changed my plans and headed to yi he yuan, or the new summer palace. The grounds are around lake kunming and were a retreat for the emperor. There are many bridges and ...
... that look like they have been unchanged for centuries onto 6 lane main roads where stylishly dressed locals strut in and out of fashion boutiques clutching designer purses and bubble cups. I spend my first day sitting in parks, trying to be subtle in my staring at locals, drinking bubble cups, watching the city go by and getting to know Beijing.
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... day of exploring with the one exception being the almost constant pain my snow boots were causing my already bruised ankles. I was reluctant to wear the boots again when my trainers and a pair of thermal socks would probably have sufficed, but I felt it was important to wear them in as much as possible before I spend eighteen hours transiting Siberia in ...
... the wall. It was a peculiar feeling to be standing on the Great Wall of China – it was like any other decaying old stone structure, but it was imbued with so much more meaning. Although the wall itself was never especially successful at keeping marauding nomads and barbarians at bay, it was an incredible feat of construction, and a symbol of centralised state power and boundary-drawing that had not been conceived in such a way and on such a scale anywhere else on Earth.