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... some of the characters or even that she wasn't after our tips -- it was the way in which we ordered our meals.
In China, when a group of friends comes to a restaurant, it's customary for one member of the party to order for everyone else, even if they're not paying for everyone else. That's why our waitress had given us only one menu, and that's why she was getting irritated when we kept passing it around. Lesson learned.
2) Umbrellas on ...
... train (20mins), a flight (2 hours - ran by non-descript budget chinese flight company.com essentially out of a shed round the back of Beijing airport - but still a much higher quality flight than that provided by BA), a shuttle bus (2hours) and a walk (30 mins) and we are in Xi'an. Newly christened by ourselves as the hottest place on the planet bar none (no exaggeration at all there). It's meant to be 38 tommorow and with a 80%+ humidity - great ...
... building bridges. Until yesterday I had in fact, barely raised an eyebrow to any day-to-day happenings.... then she climbed into the wardrobe...
With impending exams I'm afraid you may have to wait until the arrival of the Heery parents in Beijing for the next update. I can't envisage much blog-worthy material taking place between now and then to be honest. Sadly revision plans won't keep you on the edge of your seats.
Until next time
... In summer its abuzz with bars and restaurants and in winter the river freezes and people ice skate on it!
We had a look around and then went to a local home for lunch. Was surprised by a big birthday cake! Another celebration. The food was very nice, mushroom, potato dish, stir fried cabbage and noodles (a must on birthdays).
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service