Floral Palace Hot Spring Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the silk culture’s history and showing the visitor all about the silk worm. We learned about the different phases of the worm’s life and about the two types of cocoons. Then we saw the cocoon silk being spun into threads to be used for clothing. Next, we watched the silk from the double cocoon type of worm being removed stretched and dried. Then the women took the dried silk and stretched it to create bedding. The stretched silk if layered ...
... s a soup style broth, that boils in front of you and you add vegetables, meat, and noodles and cool it with the broth and eat. Change your combo or keep the same. Really nice. We took the trains everywhere and I still think it's an amazing and cheap way to get around. Why would you use Taxi's. We shared the meals, Dumplings was ¥26pp and Hot Pot was ¥32pp. So really cheap. Entrance to the sights ...
... I went to get my hair shampooed, the worker I met my first time there was shampooing my hair. He laughed and said, "wo bu wang ni (I don't forget you)." So funny to have him shampooed my hair. I didn't recognize him at first because he wasn't hearing his glasses. I remembered my first time at the salon, where the guy literally struggled to understand what I wanted. I was the typical American not knowing any Chinese, so I ended up using hand gesture. Couldn't believe ...
... started to dry reach and we needed an exit strategy. At one stage I actually thought GT was going to throw himself under a car to get away from it all. GT has a week stomach and to everyone's amusement he is running round looking for somewhere to throw up in a food market! We spot a break in the barriers and Deb and I make a break for it across the otherside of the road. alas traffic prevents Grahames Escape and Deb and I managed a ...
... get that much, I had thought I would get about 800 yuan at most each month, but it is comforting knowing that I will not have to eat too much into my savings.
I also got to know my roommate Saida a little better. She is a mother of a 10 year old and a 6 year old. They are staying with her parents whilst she is here. Saida comes from Tuva, a 'federal subject' in Russia. I get the idea that they are like an independent state, ...