Guangzhou Baiyun Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... especially cheap, and there didn't seem to be much bartering, as lots of things had marked prices, but they had everything from clothes, shoes, handbags, meat, fish, garden stuff, goldfish, birds, even something that looked like hornets complete with nest! Despite googling I still don't know what they were, but they were twice the size of the largest wasp I have seen, and were very securely held in bags with their nests.
On Thu I had ...
... Kyoto for most of the week. A lot of big cities, as we expected, but not near the trees and greenery that we have in Dongguan. We stayed very close to the train station which is a tourist destination in itself. Besides the multi-levels of trains, there are restaurants, a huge department store, an underground shopping mall, escalators which climb to the sky (10 stories), a stage and tiered seating which turns into ...
Spent the morning exploring Yuexiu Park were the locals were exercising, relaxing, play games, singing etc.
I thought I'd go to the airport via subway. It was so easy and cost only a couple of dollars.
When I boarded the plane I again found someone in my seat. The crew member found that we both had a boarding pass for the same seat. After some time, the couple of moved to the seat in front.
Chinese Parks have a unique feel about them. Liuhua Park is in the middle of Guangzhou and is like an oasis. The park is quite picturesque set around a series of lakes with calming music being played thru out, but it is activities of the locals that is very fascinating. Local were dancing, exercising, playing games, singing etc. A common game being played is 4 or 5 people keeping a weighted shuttle cock with their feet. Ladies exercise by swinging arms ...
Going though Chinese customs was again an ordeal, being frisked while all your passport and possessions are just sitting there asking to be pinched.
Got my fist flight on the huge Airbus 380 and was given a great seat with heaps of leg room, but when I boarded I found my seat was occupied with an elderly lady supposedly with a broken leg, so I guess that broken leg trumps just long legs. The lady was well attended, assumedly her daughter gave her multiple ...