Baichuan Business Hotel
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... were being made about where we were and what we were seeing, and everyone was having a wonderful time. It was early in the morning, cold and windy out on the deck but we all kept sneaking inside to get the hot tea they were serving. It was a glorious morning.
Breakfast was at 8am and after not eating dinner again last night we were happy to see a full western-style breakfast with french toast, eggs two ways (no fishy taste), Chinese bacon (I can't ...
... en'men Square for a cab, only to be accosted by touts again. We eventually gave in after crunching the price from 500 to 200rmb for 2 cabs to our hotel. Load up the GPS again to ensure we were on the right track, and eventually arrived after 30 minutes for the 5km journey.
After being up-sold an upgrade, we checked in to our room on the 41st floor. Could not see anything out the window for smog, but loved the luxury appointments and the marble bathroom.
... delivers the information. He breaks it to us that the waves won't be 12' high, they will be 20' high and that everyone should take any precautions they felt necessary. So, we tidied up our stateroom and locked everything down so we wouldn't get hit with any projectiles in the middle of the night.
This is not the first cruise Jan and I have been on. And because we have sailed with Princess before, we received an invitation to a ...
... a small table with a heater underneath. To keep the warm air concentrated, a heavy tablecloth was placed over the table and there we stayed for the evening just chatting and fobbing off the pushy hard-sell. It was too cold to do anything else really. Probably could have gone for a wander, but with no street lighting, slippery steep paths, really there was no choice but to stay indoors.
While the room had an air conditioner, it was possibly the coldest night I've ...
... the province -much like Tibet itself- was virtually closed to western travelers after the riots in Tibet in 2008 until 2010, and has more internet and travel restrictions than other parts of China).
There is nothing much to do or see in Lanzhou, but it's pleasant enough (when the air is not too polluted) to go for a walk along the Yellow River.
On Monday morning I went to ...