Da Gang Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Hope March is coming in like a lamb for all of you storm battered Maritimers! There are definite signs of spring here in Dongguan: many more birds chirping, new flowers in bloom, a big dead bug on our balcony and the big frogs are croaking in the gardens.
We started back to school on Wednesday so it was a short week. Funny, after you're back to work for a couple of days, your trip seems so long ago! Boracay was a beautiful tropical destination with lots ...
... cruises as they are called) and went to its last stop at Canton Tower, which is the tallest tower in China. To go back to the other side of the river, we took a metro line that goes under the river. We bought a day pass for $4 each. We walked several kilometres exploring the downtown of Guangzhou and then decided to find a place for lunch. We stopped by a busy restaurant, but the menu didn't have pictures and the ...
... the language barrier. She asked if we needed help and we let her know that we were trying to see if the place had an English menu and since they didn't, she instead offered to take us in and order for us and make sure we got settled. She took us around the restaurant and we let her know we didn't want any meat, but fish and vegetables were a-OK. She showed us that we could pick a type of fish out of some tanks, then she spoke to a waitress who brought out ...
... eventually got on a bus that would drop us off near our hotel, but beyond that we weren't entirely sure what we were doing. Thankfully my mom had Pocket Earth all fired up and managed to get us there (though to be fair we did get some excellently timed directions from some fellow Anglophones). At this point we had now traveled for half a day on a plane, were staring jet lag in its cold dark eyes, and had ...
... got to Beijing Road and, luckily, the buildings had street numbers so we could figure out which direction to go. The street was very busy with people everywhere shopping in the many stores. When we got to where I thought the hotel should be, we stood there trying to figure out where it might be. Just then a couple of young Canadian women asked us if we were looking for the South and North Hotel. We said yes and ...