China Travel Service Plaza Hotel
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... tomorrow. So that will save the hassles for food tomorrow. Its now nearly 1 in the morning. So getting set for the night.
Final update tomorrow on our Trans Mongolian Express Experience
Not a bad nights sleep for our last night on board. Everyone was up early. Didn’t sleep too good myself for the first part of the night. It is now starting to rise in temperature. We are looking forward to ...
Severe jet lag in full effect this morning. I opened my eyes at five am and immediately panicked about where my phone was. Slamming things around and using my flash light to find it.
I turned my head and Mike's eyes were opened. "Sorry I am trying to find my phone." I explained. Mike grabbed his phone and called my phone. I could not hear it since it was on vibrate. Panicking for a few minutes, I lifted my pillow and my phone was under it.
I then went to the lounge ...
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... are still around us. The Air quality is up and down. But, how do I really feel?
A sense of community- For whatever reason there are many americans here. How do I know? Well, two weeks ago I went to see the Presidental Debate. A group of Obama fans had a showing at a local expat hangout and I went with two american collegues and wow what a sensation. So, much energy in the room. It felt like I was in old movie during WWII and we are all away from our ...
... separate in the glass, allowing passengers to disembark and board.
The interiors of the trains themselves were similarly modern. Mini TV screens dotted the cars, and above each door a map of the particular line (with LCD lights to indicate location and point of direction) was labelled in both English and Chinese. An automatic female voice would announce the arrival of the next station, first in Chinese, and then in perfect ...