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China 15 day itinerary -- need help

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We are 2 couples who are planning a trip to China in May 2014. We want to get off the beaten track but don't know whether our itinerary makes sense or is possible. So, we'd love some help from travellers who know China, which we do not. Here is what we have so far: arrive in Beijing on or around May 7th, depart Shanghai 15 days later.

Beijing (3-4 days)
Dunhuang to see the Buddhist sites/caves (2 days)
Travel to Guilin but bypass to stay in Yangshuo for a few days
Lijiang -- bypass to stay at the Linden Centre (Xizhou) for 3 days
Shanghai (1-2 days)

We are really looking forward to hearing comments. Thanks, Sue

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