Here are a few pictures from our time at Tiger Hill.
Chinese people get rather excited when they see Baby O. It is not uncommon to be stared at or stopped so people can take pictures of him. Our time at Tiger Hill was no different. We saw this couple on the other side of the temple just before J took the picture of Baby O and I with the temple above. They decided to follow us a little bit and then gestured that they wanted to take a picture with Baby O and I. What you can't see in this picture is that the Chinese baby doesn't have any pants on (this is a normal thing here).
After Tiger Hill we headed to North Temple Pagoda (Beisi Pagoda). This is a nine story pagoda that you are able to go in. There is a pretty good view, it would have been better if it had been a clearer day. The current pagoda was build during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), it is on a historical site dating back 1,700 years. The pagoda was originally eleven stories tall, but had to be shortened because of damage to the top floors.
Here are a few pictures from our time at North Temple Pagoda.
(Our place is near the building above that looks like a pair of pants.)
(The leaning pagoda of Suzhou is in the center of this picture.)