Home Inn Guangzhou Sanyuanli Avenue Tangxi
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... away, she said "Liang g", growing more and more unsure, I tried the famous Indian head wobble style nod to indicate maybe yes, maybe no but that was that. Soon enough, our fried noodle with pork arrived and we tucked in with vigour. It was delicious. It was a large serving and half way through, before any other food arrived, we were starting to fill up. That's when the first plate of fried rice arrived. Yes, fried rice. ****, we thought we asked for boiled rice, a ...
... really enjoyed about Stuart/Jensen area was the countless restaurants with bars that offered really delicious/well priced food and a happy hour every night. We also had to hit the mall which I found to be just like our bigger shopping centres but I did fall in love with a beautiful shop called 'Things Remembered'. Paul can now be referred to as Imelda, as he has bought home 4 new pair of shoes. The fire pit was lit at Julie & Eileen's and they made these things ...
... are just so sensitive as how a tiger smells or feels danger or safety around. I tend to, yes trust my instincts but I know how to assess situations thoughtfully before launching any actions. Friends do secretly admire my determination and optimism, yet find me annoying and complicated to share my ‘tiger-side’ of enthusiasm which can be pushed away and left behind.
... the river. By now all the shops had opened so we walked through a range of shopping districts. All the shops are clustered so first we walked past shop after shop of sign makers, then a bevy of florists, then a whole bunch of shops who seem to sell supplies for festivals - lots of red velvet with gold braid. Then I reckon maybe five hundred different shoe shops (you think I'm joking). The Pearl River appeared before us. Guangzhou (which used to be called Canton) has a bad ...
... today.. it is situated in the newer more modern area of Haizhu ..taxi or metro? One walk into the station with it's predominately chinese signage, no english speaking staff and a change of lines required.. I opted for the taxi .. showed the taxi a photo of Canton tower..Chigang Pagoda it is ..and ..it was amazing! Towering above all around it, the parks and gardens in bloom made it quite an oasis in this bustling metropolis.
it was built from Nov 2005 ...
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