Jillibeankc6

Jillibeankc6

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1865

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This place was an interesting little history lesson. It was cool seeing the silk made. The tour guide was very nice, and she slowed down when we asked if we could look at the gardens longer. She knew the names of several of the plants and flowers. It was a small stop in our trip, and one of the quieter ones. We were glad for an easy visit like this. We each bought little silk critters like stuffed animals.

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My friends and I didn't spend long here! The hotel desk clerk recommended it as a fun, loud place to get good cheap souvenirs. We liked the souvenirs, but I wish we hadn't gone in the evening. Everyone was drinking and it is so loud! None of the three of us drink, and it seemed like that's what everyone was doing. Plus, people try to sell you things the entire time you are there, no matter what you are doing. I think it would be great for a party person or a really outgoing person, but we felt overwhelmed pretty quick. We were happy to go walk around a different part of town afterwards.

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Holy cow! My friend LOVES to shop, so we always visit several markets or malls when we travel. This market was highly recommended online, and a couple we met at the hotel from Texas said it was really fun. We had a great time wandering through and looking at everything. There was so much! I think we could have spent a full day there, were it not for the allure of the temple we planned to visit that afternoon. The only downside was that the crowds made it very hot in July!

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We went to the Sikh temple, and it wasn't open to the public that day. I'm not sure why. It was very elegant and lovely, and the vendors outside had lots of information on the temple and the Sikh beliefs. We were glad we went but next time maybe we will get to see more.

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We found this place totally by accident while crossing a part of town for lunch. It was pretty silly but very fun! It reminded me of the old-timey candy shops in the US. There were lots of toys, not just Batman. It was expensive for such a small display, but it was a fun interlude between the majestic, mysterious temples and crowded shopping centers.

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