Taoran Garden Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... glad he can eat well here. I want some KFC.
Monks. This hotel is a former temple for training monks. There is one wing they still live and learn in this hotel. The rest has been converted. They wear their orange robes and eat breakfast with us, walk around the hotel, etc. They have a peaceful feeling about them. One of them nodded to me and I smiled... he looked at me like he didn't want to be abstinent anymore. HeeHeeHee
... br clear="none">45 minutes later, I can hear some loud conversation in Chinese. I think to myself ‘it must be some villagers...’ but the conversation is louder by the minute. Right turn again uphill ... then there it is: a wall. It must be The Great Wall of China!!! Up the wooden ladders onto the watch tower. There are a few people up there camping out. Wow... I can actually see more of the continuation ...
... they were all extremely welcoming from the moment I walked through the door! They have a slightly odd living arrangement, two small apartments across the street from each other. The mother told me it was because they'd had international students staying with them for a long time, and now that they had the baby, there wasn't quite enough space in one. This means that I largely have an apartment to myself, and go to them to have meals. They have been absolutely ...
... would just be like putting the clocks forward in the autumn. But that is not the case apart from the first day when the clocks went forward by just an hour other travel days we often crossed many time zones. We lost 3 hours on the overnighter to Moscow and the Trans-Siberian just messed with our heads, we lost 5 hours before getting an hour back before arriving in UB! The constant changing of just an hour here and there ...
... he saw 5 of us plus 4 cases ans 5 backpacks - to fit into a standard saloon! After much pushing and shoving and heaving and groaning (by Peter who was determined they would fit!) as the driver looked on in awe we were off! It was hit and miss that we would catch our flight as it was nose to tail traffic 5pm Beijing time.
2 hour flight to Xi'an with China Eastern Airways. Good quality and very professional. Thought all our luggage had disappeared as we stood by ...