Citic Ningbo International Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and clapping relentlessly continues, day in and day out. To describe the actual New year celebrations would be futile. It's Armageddon! People are screaming, dogs are petrified, people are running, fire and sparks going off in every direction, the night sky is no longer in sight and the earth shakes with a thousand bombs going off. The only way to get around it is to drink yourself drunk and scream and behave like lunatics. So we have decided to go to the ...
... to our room where we had a look at her foot. It was already a bit swollen so she decided to see how she felt in the morning. I stayed up chatting with Rachel for a bit, and suddenly it was 6:30 so we decided to go to bed. On Saturday morning Georgie's foot was still sore so she asked me if I would go to the medical centre with her to get it checked out. We rang the hall warden who met us in the lobby of building 18 and took us to the medical centre for a nurse to look at her ...
... artefacts and the history of the local area. After an afternoon at the museum we got Meiying (our lecturer) to drop us off at Wanda Plaza so we could look round the shops there before going back home. In the evening we went out to Nova, a club full of internationals and with lots of watermelon on all the tables. It had a strange dance floor which kept partially rising for parades of men in bright yellow suits carrying champagne and other drinks to walk ...
... food didn't matter too much! After lunch we had an afternoon of lectures introducing the uni. Finally they were over and we were left wondering what to do with our evening... As our rooms were very sterile looking with white walls etc we decided a trip to Ikea was in order to brighten them up a bit. IKEA was a new experience for me, and it was apparently a particularly big one so it took all evening to go round ...
... As we drove onto the bridge the far end was lost in cloud (probably actually just more smog...) and we couldn't see it until we were well over half way across! A car with a puncture led to some emergency braking on what was essentially a motorway, but we were all fine and continued on our way once they'd pulled over to the hard shoulder. The whole of the back row (Molly, Juliet and a Finnish girl called Riina) had slept for most of the way but as we approached ...