Bihai Yintan Holiday Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Our second stop in China was a place not so commonly visited by foreigners. It is a major destination for Chinese and anyone who's looked outside the regular tourist trail of Beijing, Shanghai and Xi'an. Katelyn had seen pictures online of Mt. Tai, a large mountain park in Tai An, a city in between Beijing and Shanghai. She was immediately intrigued when she read that if you climbed to the top of this 6660 step stairway you would live to be ...
... into the journey, we started to climb the really big mountains. The Wutai Shan mountains rise to over 2700m. We went up on hairpin bends with precipitous drops on one side and the remains of 8ft snow drifts on the other. At one point we passed a snow plough trying to break up the pack-ice on the road. I clutched the seat in front and prayed that I wouldn't die on a Chinese mountain.
We stopped at the checkpoint ...
... AP1 bus to the first or second stop and walk a "short" distance to the hotel for $3.30 fare + $3 for 1Bag. If arriving at the airport 11am - 9pm, ferry 10am - 12 midnight or the China border at Lotus Bridge 9am - 8pm or the China Gate from Gongbei til Midnight, the Venetian has a free shuttle. If arriving at HKG there is a direct ferry in which you don't have to go thru HK customs, TurboJET Sea Express Ferry. Good luck!
* All dollars are in local currency except where ...
... the last Portuguese claim in Asia until 1999), called Largo do Sonado, and a decent history museum. The biggest tourist thing to do in Macau is to see the ruins of St. Paul's Church. Only the front facade of the church remains after a fire destroyed the rest of the church in 1835. There's a grand staicase in front of the church, which, to me, resembles the Spanish Steps in Rome. At the bottom of the stairs is a mosaic walkway which leads to Largo do ...
... the rest of China. Arvid suggested we try to recoup our trip costs at the tables, but Irina was more sensible so we pass on the casinos. From the fort we walk down to the historic district below; it has quant undulating cobblestone streets warmly lit from the windows of cafes and shops. On the streets we hear the babble of crowds of people speaking languages from all over the world while passing through ever changing ...