It's March in Luna calendar, and it's the best time to go the old city-Yangzhou to see flowers. I always wanted to go there when I was in Nanjing, but I didn't find the best opportunity to go there. This time, instead of going to Lushan as I planned before, and due to same problem that always happens in China during holidays-BUSY TICKETS, we ended up having the chance to visit Yangzhou. Without lots of heavy industry and polluting plants, this city is relatively "cleaner" than Suzhou and Wuxi. I always think the beauty in a city includes scenery and people, and yet Yangzhou seems to lack the latter. Or maybe I am wrong because of my hasty conclusion in just a short stay. I have seen what it's like in March, and maybe I guess this is my first and also my last time to go there...If I have to give a score of this trip, I would say 6 out of ten.
The downtown-Wenchang pavilion
The street down-Wangsi pavilion
River out of Slender West Lake
Qianlong Emperor Came here before
Another funny is instead of having a nice Yangzhou Fried Rice, we went to Pizzahut for lunch. That's very "traditional". Next time I travel, I need to do enough homework so that time will be really well spent. Anyway, there is no such thing as perfection, so all in all I am pretty satisfied with the trip, and that's just nice glimpse of the spring.