We rode in to this tea house by horseback. The scenery along the way was jaw dropping. The tea house was of course expensive, and the food was nothing spectacular, but you pay for the ambiance I guess. We couldn't wait to get back on our horses for the ride back. No offense to the restaurant. The journey kind of beats what the restaurant has to offer.
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