Century Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... don't really interest me. I see one of the largest electricity generators in the world, not producing any greenhouse gases, and helping provide 20% of the world's population with power. Of course we see the accompanying flooding, the loss of a heritage and farmers who have less productive land. But we also see villages where most men, until 15 years ago, had to make a living pulling boats through the gorges. Clothes only got wet and were bothersome. So naked, using all their ...
... a tourist information office about going to the peak and the lady advised it would be better later in the week so I decided that I would skip it and just explore the city. On the avenue of stars I proved my fame reached outside of India as a woman asked to take a photo with me. I look especially greasy as I hadn't showered in over a day at this point and I am sure I smelt a bit. After the harbour I navigated to the metro station after asking a man in ...
... etc. We were all incredibly confused at what we actually were
supposed to be touring. Turns out that because religion is not very predominant
in China, they decided to spin the Noah’s Ark story with protecting the
environment and overall being a good human being. Though we were all incredibly
confused, we were pampered with a western buffet which was much needed after
numerous meals of seafood. After Noah’s Ark we got to ride ...
... and could see from the safety cameras that there were other Western travelers and a small common space with a kitchen. Looked ok! Then, we were ushered out the door by the older man and brought back to the elevator. Nate had read a review on TripAdvisor about this place having 2 locations, and we guessed that we were off to the other location? Rumor had it that the other location was in a red light district... Turns out ...
... but we didn't feel like spending the extra $$ for the evening cruise. I know, I'm being cheap. We had dinner at a Sechuzan restaurant. The meal was good. It was great for Jack but Deb found the main dish to be way too spicy. On Thursday, we visited the Man Mo temple, built in the 19th century and is still used as a place of worship for those seeking guidance from Man ( the God of Literature) or Mo ( the God of War). School children, are brought by their grandparents to the ...