This winter, the first snow in Hangzhou, collecting a canal and snow. The whole world seems to have a warm and tender light.
The blue-smoke birds on the river, the boats in the canal are still busy in the snow, the dogs in the road meet in the snow, and the atmosphere in the cold air is booming.
Unfortunately, any camera record is not as happy as witnessing it, snowy day is happy~
Is your city snowing?
You don't come again, I am going to snow.
As a tourist, my choice for the carry-on bag is Doughnut, which is the favorite one in my carry-on bag. It is especially suitable for this kind of trip that requires a lot of documents. She has the following advantages: 1, the color is good-looking, before the backpack is good, the quality of the brand is big, the package is only very dull color can choose, not suitable for girls; 2, the texture is good, the first look is like a canvas bag, I don't like canvas The bag will soon fade and become obsolete. Doughnut's bag looks like canvas. It is actually a durable and durable polyester fabric. It is water-resistant and ordinary. It can be removed with a damp cloth. It's great! 3, more than one layer and exquisite layout design, especially suitable for travellers who need to bring traffic cards, passports, ID cards, various customs clearance materials, cups, umbrellas also have independent storage, the inner layer has thick and soft notebook Compartment design, perfect~
Hangzhou Grand Canal section is one the few sections that are still being used. And this is great because it means that you can take a boat trip. That will be a pleasant journey, but! My suggestion would be to walk along the canal from Gongchen Bridge all the way to Wulin Square after 6 PM when they put the lights on. Grand Canal is not very popular with tourists yet, mainly locals come here for walks, so you can escape the crowds.
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The Grand Canal of China, the world cultural heritage, was built in 486 BC in the Spring and Autumn Period. It consists of three major sections and ten sections of the Grand Canal, the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal and the Zhedong Canal. It spans 27 rivers and 58 heritage sites in 27 cities, including Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shandong, Henan, Anhui, Jiangsu, and Zhejiang provinces, with a total length of 2,700 kilometers (including 1011 kilometers of heritage rivers). It is the canal with the earliest time, the largest scale, the longest route and the longest lasting time in the world. It is listed as the most influential waterway by the International Industrial Heritage Protection Committee in the International Canal Heritage List.
China's Grand Canal spans more than 10 latitudes of the Earth, running through China's most prosperous North China Plain and Jiangnan Water Town, from the north to the south, reaching the Haihe River, the Yellow River, the Huaihe River, the Yangtze River and the Qiantang River. The great arteries of ancient north-south traffic represent the outstanding achievements of the water conservancy and water transport project before the industrial revolution, and have had a tremendous and far-reaching impact on China and even the history of the world. After the change of transportation to shipping in the late Qing Dynasty, the status of the Grand Canal declined. The Chinese Grand Canal and the Great Wall and Kaner Well have become three great projects in ancient China and are symbols of the great spirit of the Chinese nation.
The Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal (Hangzhou section) began in Tangxi township of Yuhang district in the north and ends at Qiantang River in the south. It started in the Spring and Autumn Period and has a history of more than 2,500 years. The canal runs through many urban areas in Hangzhou and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are many scenic spots along the river which reflect canal culture and the history of ancient streets. If you can, take a water bus to explore the canals, enjoy the food and visit the museum.