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Delft, Netherlands - 5th April 2015

By: Emjay

This is a kind of Gaudi bench with broken tiles. Just like the bench we saw a couple of day ago with blue tiles. The words mean: "Let's have a party"!

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Emjay's place, Delft, Netherlands - 8th April 2015

By: Emjay

Helloooooo everybodyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!

After Easter we thought: NOW is a good time to leave The Netherlands and go to.... CHINA!!!
How exciting! We're going to Papa Always in Beijing.
Emjay made new sleepingbags for us, because the old once were torn. Nice, huh?

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Emjay's place, Delft, Netherlands - 8th April 2015

By: Emjay

All our friends said goodbye. And now we are on our way! It's a long trip, but we will be comfy in our sleeping bags!

Byeeeeeee!!!

Greetings from Possy & Crossy

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ChangZhou, China - 23rd April 2015

By: papa_always

HI~We started a new journey.
Beijing in the North China,So we're going down south in spring.


The first we go to Changzhou.Changzhou,nicknamed the Dragon City,is situated in China’s most prosperous Yangtze River delta.

We taking by bullet train.
For some reason we came to Changzhou to work, we still  to go to the most famous Chinese Dinosaur Park  in Changzhou.But we went to the late, no time to play playground.What a pity :(

PAPA find some information for Chinese Dinosaur Park
Enjoy the "Oriental Jurassic" reputation of the China Dinosaur Park in Changzhou, Jiangsu Province, the new area of modern tourism and leisure area, along the Shanghai-Nanjing occupy unique geographical advantages, water, land and air transportation is very convenient. She is a museum will, photoelectric high-tech sound, video and multimedia networks, and other special effects perfect combination of financial show, popular science, entertainment, leisure and participation in the performance of one of the dinosaurs as the theme to the integrated theme amusement park.

China Dinosaur Park on the high-tech dinosaur theme and set up more than 70 exciting and attractive pleasure of the project, divided into themes of pleasure, science and technology, production, Pieces viewing, ecological performances, fun games, several major categories, and the museum display, landscaping melting Integration of different projects to meet the pleasure of tourists of different ages leisure mentality, to play the China Dinosaur Park visitors Fangruo outside the joy of the Ocean.

I Hope next time we can come again.

Next we go to Shanghai. :p

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ShangHai, China - 25th April 2015

By: papa_always

HI~~

We came to Shanghai! B)

I have heard of Shanghai,I am very excited.
Shanghai is a prosperous city,There is many-storied buildings,Beijing also a bustling cityBut the two cities are different in dozens of ways large and small.As the largest and most prosperous city in the nation, Shanghai is the economic, financial and cultural center of China, while Beijing is the political heart.

In the evening we went to the WaiTan to see the night view.The Bund (Wai Tan) is one of the symbols of Shanghai.There are a lot of couples, here is the date the holy land in Shanghai :o
It is a pretty sight.To enjoy the music , with blowing wind , walking hand in hand with beikaozhaobei enjoy this romantic.

We found interesting things at the dinner table,I love this car.I want to going to a driving test B)

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ShangHai, China - 26th April 2015

By: papa_always

HI ~~I'm coming

Today we went to The Old City God's Temple.

Old City God's Temple (Laochenghuangmiao)is a major yet relatively inactive, Taoist temple in Shanghai.

That area is now a highrise residence building. The "former" temple is known as the Old City God's Temple. The Old City God's Temple and the enclose Yuyuan are not only famous tourist sites but also popular shopping attractions. There are boutiques, shops selling local specialties, as well as large jewelry stores, department stores and fabulous local snack restaurants to be found here.

There are too many people here,This street is very buzzes,We also eat a lot of good food,But no time to take pictures I was tired.I'm going back to the hotel to sleep. :p

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ShangHai, China - 26th April 2015

By: papa_always

HI~
Today we went to the Shanghai Museum of natural history.

This is a new museum,so We're curious.
Its unique architectural form of a round top with a square base, symbolizing the ancient Chinese philosophy that the square earth is under the round sky, is a distinguished architectural combination of traditional feature and modern spirit.


The museum there are a lot of interesting Exhibition.About the human and world.We had a good time :D

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XiTang, China - 28th April 2015

By: papa_always

Today we leave Shanghai to Xitang.
It takes about 90 minutes to drive down to Xitang from Shanghai; from a 21st-century megalopolis to an altogether dreamier slice of history.

To call this lovely water-village an oriental Venice would be wildly over the mark, yet it shares similarities with its more famous Italian counterpart.Canals dissect twisting narrow lanes and pathways, rendering the community traffic-free and boat friendly.  Worn stone steps lead down to the waters and hopelessly pretty bridges span them.

Even though the place is small, it's chock-full with museums, temples and places of historic and cultural interest.

Night we live in the town,Here during the day and night is not the same.
In the morning,water flows beneath bridges,thin mist is like silk,pinkish walls on both banks stand tall and erect and tiled houses are reflected inversely in the water.In the evening,the setting sun shines slantwise,songs come from fishing boats,lamps flicker and the fragrance of wine drifts.The whole old town is like a poem and a picture.In this town,people will feel that they are seemingly in an earthly paradise.

Even though Xitang is small, it's something of a centre for the arts. In summer, traditional folk operas, concerts and a local cinema play by the waterside in the open-air. And all year-round, young artists from the cities come to paint the alleyways and canals.

It is an exquisitely beautiful spot.

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WuZhen, China - 29th April 2015

By: papa_always

HI~mum

We leaved Xitang to Wuzhen.We  arrived WUzhen one hour by car.Wuzhen is also a old town,There are like with Xitang, but not the same.

Situated in the north of Zhejiang Province, the beautiful water town of Wuzhen is one of those ancient towns. It is a charming place full of ancient bridges, traditional hotels, boutiques and restaurants all built around an amazing water network that is part of the Beijing-Hangzhou Canal, the longest canal in the world.Over the past thousand years, Wuzhen has not changed its name, water system, or way of life. It is a living museum for an ancient civilization's history, food, and traditions.The buildings of Wuzhen are all a century or more old and built using traditional wood and stone architecture with tile roofs.For centuries the local people of this area have been building their homes and markets along the river's edge. Spacious, beautiful courtyards are hidden by the thousands in between the buildings, providing a delightful discovery at almost every turn.

In this ancient town there is plenty to do, or nothing at all if your aim is to relax. The place is quiet, yet also offers wine bars, pottery and glass workshops, theaters, and an open-air film pavilion.Take in the delightful town from the water on a traditional wood boat, and stay in one of the many luxurious hotels or guest accommodations in residents' homes for a true taste of Chinese village life. :cyclops:

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WuZhen, China - 30th April 2015

By: papa_always

Today we are still in Wuzhen.Wuzhen is fall into two towns,east town and wes town.One of them is a new town, one is the old town.Today we went to the old town,East town.

    Here to keep the ancient town of the original appearance.


  The wine brewing industry is prosperous in Wuzhen. In the Ming Dynasty, there were over 20 brewing workshops in Wuzhen, and the three most famous ones were Gaogongsheng, Shunxing and Yong Sheng Workshops.

  The Woodcarving Museum, formerly the residence of local rich people Xu Family, also named Hundred Flower Hall, is well-known for its exquisite wood carvings. It’s carved beams and painted rafters, especially the human figures, birds and four-feet animals on the doors and windows by various carving skills.

  Here the  road is very narrow,I think it is very interesting.Next we are going to Hangzhou. B) B)

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HangZhou, China - 1st May 2015

By: papa_always

Mum~

We came to Hangzhou. :cyclops:
Hangzhou is one of the most famous tourist cities in China, not only famous for its natural beauty, but also famous for its history.
.Legend has it that the lake used to be an aus'picious pearl hewn into its sparkling shape by the Jade Dragon and the Golden Phoenix ,but it was later stolen by the Mother Queen of the West. When Jade Dragon and Golden Phoenix scrambled with the Mother Queen, this pearl acci'dentally fell onto a land that was known as Hangzhou.

It means just as there is paradise in heaven, there are Suzhou and Hangzhou on earth.  Lying on the west edge of Hangzhou city, West Lake is the symbol of Hangzhou as well as one of the most beautiful sights in China.  West Lake has all along been praised as a sparkling pearl.the whole lake is divided into 5 sections, namely the Outer Lake, North Inner Lake, West Inner lake, Yue Lake and Little South Lake, by Gu hill, Sudi Causeway, Baiti Causeway and Ruangong Mound.
And  the beauty of the  West Lake lies in its lingering  charm  that survives the change of seasons in a year and of hours in a day. Among its beautiful sights, the most famous sites are the Ten Sights in West Lake .

We  board and enjoy the beautiful scenery.The placid lake reflected the image of the trees.The breeze is on my face and body.I feel so good.

We also went to the  Lingyin Temple.It's sacred  and quiet .

This is a nice place. :D

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TABRIZ, Iran - 8th June 2015

By: ipuenktchen

ONLY A MESSAGE from ipuenktchen ot POSSY & CROSSY.... & all other playmo-traveltoys and followers!!!!!!!!!

HORST BRANDSTAETTER (1933 - 2015)

the kind man who gave thousands of lovely moments, thousands of hours full of fun and smiles to our kids, created playmobil 1974 - the year when my elder son had been turned to 4 and started to play with up from the beginning!!!!! and same my son2 and so my granddaughter and so hopefully my grandson very soon, too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horst_Brandst%C3%A4tter
http://www.playmobil.de/inhaber/HORST_BRANDSTAETTER.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horst_Brandst%C3%A4tter

even he joined the *hall of fame of the northamerican toys industry association*in 2014!!!!!!

thank you, dear mr. brandstaetter and RIP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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San Francisco, America - 10th July 2015

By: papa_always

Hi~Mum

I'm not missing,I just went to a very far place to travel.
B)America~! :D

I finally arrived in San Francisco after more than ten hours in flight.

The air and water are clean in here.

We went to eat the steak.This is a very big piece of meat. :mad:

We need to take a good break.

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San Francisco, America - 13th July 2015

By: papa_always

HI ~~


Today we went to San Francisco's most famous scenic spot.

Lombard Street is an east–west street in San Francisco, California that is famous for a steep, one-block section with eight hairpin turns.

Golden Gate Park is the third most visited park in the United States.  The park is filled with gardens, museums, art, flowers, trees, lakes, birds and wildlife.

16th Ave Tiled Steps Project is a very interesting level, It was fun to look at the design and those who helped make the stairs.

The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the Golden Gate strait, the mile-wide, three-mile-long channel between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.The bridge is one of the most internationally recognized symbols of San Francisco, California, and the United States. But the weather is very bad when we go.There is often has fog and so cold.


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San Francisco, America - 15th July 2015

By: papa_always

HI~~

Today we went to the  Castro.

Most know it for its fame as one of the nation’s first gay havens—an island of resistance against persecution and violence.

The neighborhood’s pride and its heart: the towering Castro Theater (. In its time, it was only a medium-sized neighborhood picture show place.

The area's bars are still solidly gay and the restaurants almost universally chic, but the tiny shops on the theater side of Castro Street carry irreplaceable knickknacks and objects d’art.

Just a few days ago here at the end of gay parade,It's a pity that we didn't catch up,I heard that it was a very busy day.

We went to the movies in the evening.<Ted2> is a very funny :cyclops:

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