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    Historic Sites

    Hey guys can we put together a list of historic sites worth visiting, this would be cool and helpful.

    1.) Mont Saint-Michel (Le Mont-Saint-Michel, 50170)

    Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy has been in use as far back as the 6th century. A church-topped rocky outcrop,
    it has changed hands several times over the years, with each ruler adding to the imposing structure or finding
    a new use for it. It was used as a prison during the French revolution and today, a Roman-style abbey perches
    there amongst a maze of medieval streets.



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    嘉州鱼馆 The Jia Zhou Fish House. Historic in my perspective, in the sense that I did a lot there and wrote about it. And it's worth visiting. You aren't going to find any pictures of it though (which makes it even more worth visiting).

    The Fish House is a small hole-in-the-wall restaurant run by Master Yuan and one or two helpers. It was first opened on the campus of Sichuan University, but eventually moved out to the near by Qun Zhong Road. Yuan is from Le Shan and makes killer Sichuan food, specializing in fish dishes. Every dish he makes, including the cliche stuff, has his own unique twist. He is friendly, the atmosphere is inviting, and the food will leave a nice buzz all over your mouth!


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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBOB View Post
    嘉州鱼馆 The Jia Zhou Fish House. Historic in my perspective, in the sense that I did a lot there and wrote about it. And it's worth visiting. You aren't going to find any pictures of it though (which makes it even more worth visiting).

    The Fish House is a small hole-in-the-wall restaurant run by Master Yuan and one or two helpers. It was first opened on the campus of Sichuan University, but eventually moved out to the near by Qun Zhong Road. Yuan is from Le Shan and makes killer Sichuan food, specializing in fish dishes. Every dish he makes, including the cliche stuff, has his own unique twist. He is friendly, the atmosphere is inviting, and the food will leave a nice buzz all over your mouth!
    Your right, I tried google but couldn't find any pictures but sounds interesting all the same.
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    Here ya go.

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