Chenmao Sunshine Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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This morning we leave Chang De at 8 am. It is very cloudy, the road is wet, and the traffic is heavy. We drive 400 km towards Tong Shan where we take late lunch at almost 3 pm. Tong San is famous for its stalactites and stalagmites water cave that is 5 km long. ...
... in the hotel and that we would be moving to another
hotel for the night. So what these weary Americans did not want to hear at 7PM on a Sunday night.
But…Annie laid down the law and everyone shut up. We had dinner first and I
think to make up for the inconvenience, we were served French fries AND PIZZA!
I missed the previous pizza night because I was at the VP’s dinner. It was so cool!
Thick crust, corn, barbecue sauce, ham and ...
... the same door. But getting off we scrambled out two separate doors. Oh, I almost forgot...first squat of the trip. You know you have good balance if you can squat over the hole on a train that is moving at 200km an hour and keep your balance. You sure as heck DO NOT WANT TO LOSE YOUR BALANCE! We arrived and met our guide and off to the hotel. This one is by far the least of the two years but wth...the sheets are clean and it has a clean bathroom. The ...
There are many small differences in Wenzhou that affect the entire lifestyle of the people here. First and foremost, there's no heat. So that means the temperature outside is the temperature inside. And sometimes it's even colder inside because there is no direct sunlight. Winter coats become an everyday necessity and my nose has yet to reach normal temperatures. I've found that the best place to stay in the house is under the covers where the cold ...
... American type of well cooked seafood. Here every sea creature imaginable is eaten and most of them are regarded as delicacies. For example, sea cucumbers and eels make a daily appearance. My cousins even scarf down bloody clams--they're cooked yet still bloody, not sure how that works--but those were something that I couldn't even pinch down.
One of my cousins just has a one year old baby girl who is absolutely adorable. In Chinese they call ...