Yunqi Haihang Resort Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hangzhou
... After my long day I took a hot bath in a bath that fit fifty other men! Everything about Hangzhou is grand and huge, I wish to stay here for as long as possible. My top five of my entire trip would have to be:
1. My arrival in Hangzhou
2.Visiting the Industrial Quarter in Merv
3. Meeting the scholar in Baghdad
4. Seeing the Mogao Caves in Dunhuang
5. Visiting the Great Mosques of the Ummayds in ...
... to shame) (4 Seasons). Unfortunately, we will not be staying here for long, which is why I can't get to see even more sights here. On the bright side, I tried the You Dong Er, a scrumptious crispy turnip snack(Go To Hz). You would think that turnips back then would have tasted terrible, but it smelled like KFC! Anyway, I have to get back to the ship. We have upgraded the small ship and are sailing on a junk all the way to India!
... singing. We tried some of their candy samples and bought a container of peanut brittle-type candy which was really tasty. We also saw a talented glass blower and several people eating fried octopus on a stick. Brennan's highlight was playing "snap and catch" in the street. It is a type of soft mitt that snaps out a ball that another player catches in his mitt at the same time his ball is snapped to you. Brennan did very well and ...
Chinese saying: "Up in the sky there is heaven, down on earth there is Suzhou and Hangzhou."
We managed to find our hostel in Hangzhou after lugging around our backpack for a good distance having been sent in the opposite direction by our taxi driver after another unsuccessful attempt at communication. Our hostel was located in a charming area within walking distance from the drum tower, a great street full of handicraft and other shops ...
... on Y a few people stare as there are a few westerners dotted around the place... I saw a couple myself. Otherwise China is definitely not a multicultural country. I've gotten so used to living in Australia which is multicultural that I just thought every country was like that. Definitely not China! We walked We then walked into Yuyuan Gardens which was 30 yuan entry and definitely worth a visit. Very pretty and great history considering ...