Lijiang: China's Queen of Charm November 13th 2007 The red, muti-tiered lanterns swaying from the roofs of traditional, wooden Naxi buildings. The uneven cobblestones of dimly-lit winding streets. The sound of water rushing thru canals. These simple things alone were enough to cause us to fall head-over-heels for Lijiang. Add a RMB 40 hotel room and we were hopelessly in love.
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