Crowne Plaza Tianjin Binhai
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... slightly shorter, we stayed. After about an hour and a half we were on the Eye with a great view of the city. Sadly it seemed to only last for 20 minutes.
Afterwards we visited a nearby Buddhist temple which seemed to have a strange obsession with Guan Yu. In the temple I got kicked out of one of the rooms for wondering down the wrong corridor.
Afterward we made our back to the hostel to grab out stuff for heading back to Beijing.
... clips with me to count. Every time I went past the dancing I moved another clip meaning I didn’t have to count & remember.
Those that ‘joined’ me around the park were running (one backwards), walking, scootering, pushing wheelchairs with elderly people on them & cycling.
And me, with no sweat? Well, actually, I was testing my electric bike. There had been some doubt ...
... our guide and got see some of
Tianjin. It sure is a beautiful city and we really wished we could spend
some more time here. We like it more then Beijing. We got to visit a
water park (for its lakes and fountains not water slides and pools) and
found a small amusement park as well. The girls enjoyed some
much needed fun time and Jaden bonded with either Lorilee or I. He was a
trooper. The little man was taking it all in. Never cried once ...
... until she saw G’s cash coming. Was that her wages for the day or the tip? She has been working here for 2.5 years and has no plan or dream … She also probably can’t play golf.
After the 18 holes at about 12 noon, we retired to the restaurant on the second floor in the clubhouse and enjoyed some mostly Korean food.
Our golf – comparable. I don’t know who won and I didn’t ask … OK, I’m just ...
... on me and suggests I head west … so I do and about 6 m later she pops out of the office and leads me to the cashier. She shows me how to push the button to get a ticket (I know …) and we go speak to the same teller. They chat for a bit and then she leads me off again. She asks me if I want to drive … I think. (She indicates steering a car with her hands). I say, no thanks. So we wander around as she asks a ...