Hangzhou ultra-small treasures attractions, summer travel destinations! Locals don't know
want to avoid the crowds around the West Lake, come to the four eyes well. It is a good place to take a break from the hustle and bustle. It is full of green and bamboo forests, which is enough to isolate the crowds in the scenic area from the hustle and bustle.
You can take a light stroll or you can enjoy it. Feel free to step into a homestay, where the courtyards are mostly built on the water, large and deep. Toon, bamboo, osmanthus tree and ginkgo tree surround the open-air dining table.
The interior decoration has opened the small fresh veil of the Four Eyes B&B. Suitable for one person alone, listening to songs, and being stunned. You can also have a couple of friends in the afternoon tea and watch the movie while you taste the food.
Tips: Longjing-Manjue-Shantai Mountain is not far from the city, but only a few kilometers away by car. If you come on a weekend, you can take the bus line 9 and connect these spots together. Of course, you can also walk and feel the beautiful summer in Hangzhou.
Tired of the hotel, prefer a stylish bed and breakfast, every home, every object, seems to have its own story, carefully explore the bits and pieces of the years.
That day is the Muhetang Shangpin Inn in Hangzhou.
Address: Located at No. 136, Siyanjing, Huhua Road, Xihu District, hh/four-eye well, special tranquility, Xianghe.....
is called Muhetang. The natural log structure is mainly composed of strong and simple atmosphere.
The corrugated spire, rain and snow.
probably can do it, no abruptness, it seems that this should be the case, there should be such a few houses, waiting for the tourists to rest.
The Four-Eyed Well is situated at the intersection of Hupao road and Manjuelong road in the Xihu district of Hangzhou. It is one of the ancient wells of Hangzhou and derives its name from its four deep openings. The well looks like a screw with a hexagonal opening and round interior. You can see traces of a long history in the weathered color of the stones. Next to the well, visitors will find preserved stone tablets and an ancient pavilion.