Just as I was joking that kids these days won't even know how the food that's regularly on their plates look like (can they recognize a chicken or cow when they meet a real one?), there's also this "other-worldly" place where you are greeted by a horse at your arrival and geese roam around the same plaza that you eat your breakfast at. I love this small, peaceful and (needless-to-say) beautiful ancient town, that's one of the UNESCO sites. I obviously can't get enough of its cute little corners (I know, I've said it before). Did I mentioned that it's one of the filming locations for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon?