Jingyuan Courtyard Hotel
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Denny was great, had breakfast every day included.... See tripadvisor for more details....
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I can see it's going to take me several days to adapt to the 12 hour time change. At 2 am, I was wide awake. As our wake up call is not until 5:30 am, what to do for the next several hours? Well here I am starting to write today's blog on my IPad.
I finally fell back to sleep for another hour, and was up by 5 am. Carolyn (Ms. Sleep) slept right through the night. While Carolyn was getting dressed I was watching CNN International. As soon as the news started ...
... one place, it offered to mail the post cards they sold. I decided to buy some post cards.
Afterward, we chilled at a coffee shop. Valentina and I got cappuccinos while Natasha got green tea. I was having difficulty connecting with the wifi on my phone until Natasha told me how.
We decided to catch a cab back to school. It was rush hour. Our taxi driver was getting grouchy with the traffic.
We arrived at campus.
I am off to clubbing with people tonight.
... of the hotel helped me out and I made it to the class in no time. I even had an extra 1/2 hour up my sleeve. I went for a bit of a wonder and came across the hotel (Crown Plaza) that we stayed in the last time. It brought a smile to my face to see the dumpling restaurant that I ate in with Jodi and our guide Sandra. Wow, what a good memory I have. The market tour was great. It went for an hour. The cooking class focused on Sichuan Cuisine ...
... far, far too sweet for me to finish.
Then, we left to the upper levels of the mall to meet up with William and Wes, their friends. We were originally going to go to "the toilet restaurant," a place where one actually eats his/her food from toilet seats, but the place wasn't big enough for our whole group, which continued to grow mysteriously as the night progressed. Though I was dying to try this place-- and hope we return just for the novelty of it-- ...
... having Judy help her tell me the names of the fruit in English.
We finished the story in about an hour, and then Judy showed me her book of National Parks in the U.S., showing me her stamp for Yellowstone. There was a page with Mt. Rushmore and I asked if she could name all the presidents, then taught her the names of the four presidents. We then played with her legos and discovered that one of lego dogs had a spot. "Spot" was one of the new words from ...