Go to Litchfield Hills
Imagine that you sit under an elm tree and enjoy the idyllic comforts of life, far from the hustle and bustle of the city. Driving from New York to new England, you may find it a never-ending journey. But when you're near Lichfield mountain, it soon swept away. There is a wide racecourse, green forest and rich style village, nestled in between rolling hills. After turning all the curves, there is a Ke Lille Ives landscape. Here are 18, nineteenth Century salt box farm, red barn, magnificent buildings, walls and tranquil lakes, such as Gaizhou's largest Danhu million.
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