The Lion Grove Garden

We’ll travel an hour and a half this morning to reach Tongli, the thousand-year-old town that’s the Venice of China. So we have an 8 AM call time! Just a quick tease this morning, a few pictures of the garden yesterday–The Lion Grove garden, originally constructed by Buddhist monks in the 13th century.

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