Diyuan Villa Holiday Resort
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... doing a dance sort of routine to music. By the time I passed around again this was closer to 70 people. There were also people dancing in another area. People were playing badminton or hacky sack in a park area. Some people were bringing in carts filled with vegetables. Then there were a bunch of people walking or running the ring road too. When we left at 9:30, we drove to the Hanging Monastery. When we got there I really questioned why we left so ...
... of fellow scribes and philosophers? And achieve divine approval!
The pilgrimage begins at the Dai Temple in town where the first sacrifices and homage is paid to the mountain. It is an excellent example of temple architecture, with birds squawking amongst the ancient, hoary cypress trees and hundreds of old stellae (great slabs of stone, often mounted on tortoises, inscribed with tales, ceremonies or financial restoration accounts) stand silent guard around ...
... was still a $200 table. I guess this maybe why Macau surpassed Las Vegas in gambling revenue last year at 6.9 Billion to 6.5 Billion. I sat down and dropped $2000 on the table and got some pretty purple and black chips. Then I took out $200 more that a friend gave me to bet for her. I irresponsibly told her that if she LET IT RIDE and she won 10 times in a row that she could turn $200 into $200,000 in a matter of minutes, but that the odds of it happening were slim ...
... 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 ...
... in 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 ...
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