Clarion Hotel & Conference Center
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... place on either a lake or river were excellent. In particular the water show "Impression Lie Sanjie" we saw in Yangshuo was stupendous.
Tour Guides, Local Hosts
We had a total of ten. All were an encyclopedia of information, friendly, and went out of their way to accommodate you in any way they could. Susan, our local host in Beijing was the best in every aspect. We are just sorry that she could not accompany us ...
... outlook had kept us away. Should we change direction now? 3. Are there other sizeable Asia plays? – China was slowly opening to the world and war was receding in SE Asia. But dictators held sway in all of the countries and Hong Kong was to be given back to China in only 5 years. Although “emerging market” Asia investments were never going to play a big role in our U.S. equity funds, we did have to decide how many of our best ...
... The seats in economy class are set up in rows of 3 & 3. The exception was our row, plus several others. American Airlines had the middle seat blocked. We both had aisle seats. I asked the stewardess why, and her reply was that since they joined with US Air, the company was trying to save costs by having one less crew member. The pilot arrived 30 minutes late, and as a result our flight didn't take off until 5pm. We're now scheduled to arrive in San Jose, at ...
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... the Reclining Buddha. The 162-foot figure is awesome, as is the reverential aura of the place, where hundreds of pilgrims line up to light candles and offer coins.
Another of Bangkok's delights is a cruise on the Chao Phraya River and the city's canals, including a visit to the Royal Barge Museum and the fabulous Temple of Dawn.
A surprise highlight was a stop in front of another Buddhist temple, where schools ...