Xinhua Hotel (Shuanglong Avenue)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Other tidbits we learned from Arnold along the way . . .Families are only allowed to have one child unless one of the parents is an only child. If they break this rule and have a second child, this child cannot be registered for ten years. This means no public education unless the parents pay for it and they also have to pay a $45,000 fine! That is a lot of money in the Chinese economy! In terms of education, Arnold believes ...
... On a single basis, you have to go through the panic stage before dealing with the issue. The front line is a cruel hard but rewarding place to be! The group was not aware of any of these issues and instinctually I had prepared them for the chance that there would be additional tours they could purchase on an individual basis. That was a smart move. They were armed for possibilities of variables. We sailed away at 21:00 – Yantgze River here we ...
Today I got the chance to visit The Great Hall of the People. How cool is that name?! Pretty cool. The following information is just from the pamphlet that I got on the history of the hall.
"It is considered by some foreign architects as one of China’s best buildings that were constructed between 1949 and the late 1980s. It has a big ...
... coffee shop and it was time to get back out and walking again. We headed to Old Street. There are Old Streets under construction all over China. They are areas that have been chosen to be refurbished and in most cases built from scratch in the image of 1700’s China. They are usual a little commercial but they can be fun to hang out at. We walked through and then made it down to the river. Its relatively pretty there with a view across the river of forest dominated hills and ...
... wide spread hatred for the Japanese. Of course, the rape of Nanking came up. This is always the response. I usually counter that this happened so long ago. Americans and English do not hate Germans and although Jews will never forget what happened, I don’t think many Jews hate todays German generation. I told him this and the next common response popped up. He tells me that today the Japanese government will not face what they did so many years ago. He says that they do not ...