Like all Chinese cities, there are bicycles and bicycle-sharing programs everywhere.
And, scattered throughout the city are art and sculptures, decorating parks, streets, shops, and neighborhoods. As pictured here.
Sculptures scattered throughout Hangzhou
To close, we return to West Lake, the highlight of Hangzhou and worth many visits and stops to rest, relax, and just enjoy along the way. The walk around the lake is fabulous!
Views of West Lake
At the airport, there is more great history. In the international terminal, there is a display that catches my attention: a 1958 Hongqi Sedan, one of the first cars designed and manufactured in China. In the 1960s, the Hongqi Sedan was allocated only to vice ministers and above for their travels. With room for eight, the driving area was separated from the passengers and bodyguard seats were included.
Welcome to the airport
1958 Hongqi Sedan