- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... citizen to buy one ~ $90,000 US dollars. My friend Kari may want to sell hers to a Chinese citizen and buy two more in US. HA Actually, some of that money is tarrifs the government has imposed. If you want a Mazda 8 (remember lucky number 8) or a Ford Mustang or another import car not readily available in China, you will PAY PAY PAY. We have yet to learn from our tour guide how some citizens are making the money to pay when so many others are ...
... Courtyard. When we got into the second entry way, it was amazing. The restaurant is an old royal garden that is now a traditional Chinese restaurant. The gardens were amazingly beautiful. We got to walk around before dinner and take pictures. I can't even put into words how amazing this place was. For dinner, we had a lot of expensive, delicacy type foods. We had a flower salad, that was made of edible flowers! Then we had a chicken dish, duck, pear ...
... the status of toilets after each time we all go.
We walked down to the theatre taking photos on the way.
I had a great seat and a short person sitting in front of me so my view was not blocked. I had not seen a live acrobatic show in years. It was unbelievable and very professional. The man who went down ten stairs standing on one hand and then back up again freaked out. I was feeling the pain in my shoulder just watching him. There was also ...
... were pretty scary and very steep!! And on the way back we paid to do the slide back down :-D although unfortunately this got closed due to the rain while we were up there!
It was fantastic to see this! Really felt amazing :-) felt like we were seeing a real attraction (i know we were but I guess it ...
... tour guide for a one hour whirl around the palace. Now, by palace I don't mean some big, fancy, stone building with flags and a beautifully manicured lawn and garden around it. Palaces in China are a little different, but still grande. This one is made up of a number of buildings including a Buddhist temple, and is situated beside a man made lake which we didn't get to sail across because it was frozen. (Not that it was on the agenda anyway). It was a very large site and the two ...