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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Guangzhou is the 3rd biggest city in China, and definitely my favorite.
The fastest, cheapest, cleanest subway system I have ever seen.
MANY huge public parks. And much like Beijing, Guangzhou has an ancient town alleyway zone, and a modern skyscraper zone. Although, every street I went on, was fairly narrow, with minimal traffic. There are trees and shade everywhere.
Guangzhou is the leading ...
... little pieces here and there resembling french castles, roman architecture, etc. The interior of the watchtowers is completely Chinese. An altar for worship, flat wooden beds, simple kitchens, etc.
I'm really glad I went with 2 Australian guys, one of them owns a garden and sells fruit, so he was pointing out all the wildlife we were walking past. Every kind of edible fruit and ...
... which was cool but also kind of
scary. So the time is now 6:50 I have about half an hour before my plane starts
boarding and I have absolutely no idea where the terminal is, I’m getting
directions from everyone but the airport seems to go on and on and on… I’m
getting more frantic by the minute when finally I get to where I’m meant to be.
Let me tell you my relief was immense ...
... completely soaked all of us. We hung out for a little while, even eventually made it to the Panda exhibit, but we could only catch a glimpse of one panda, which had decided to stay inside and out of the rain. That was a bit of a downer, but still a good trip.
We bused back to the hotel and had McDonald's for lunch. I can't speak for everyone, but personally I hope to have had my last McDonald's for quite awhile. We took a short nap this afternoon, ...
... summer camp. Of which, half of was canceled due to a Typhoon making its way through southern Asia.
In my last days at school, I practiced my Chinese, sent emails readying my arrival home, looked for housing next year, and said farewell to the students whom I’ll miss the most. I bought loads of candy to pass out, exchanged contacts, took some emotional good bye pictures and spent as much time as I could with the kids, knowing ...