Daysun Park Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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We paid 1000RMB each for a private tour to Kaiping with a driver and guide. This was a lot of money, but well worth the money. The Diaolou are multi-storeyed defensive vilage houses in Kaiping, a region of Guangzhou. They were very popular from the early Qing Dynasty to the 1920s and 1930s and were built by overseas-Chinese who came back to China to build houses for their relatives ...
... to the Shishi Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral which was modeled on Notre Dame, and is one of only 4 cathedrals in the world made of granite. Stunning stained glass windows.
We then went to the Opera House to buy tickets for the Russian Ballet's Swan Lake on Saturday night! This is really close to the Canton Tower so ...
... with a little park by the river. We had lunch in a the delightful "Orient Express" French Restaurant where the staff were lovely and helpful. Two old carriages have been made into dining cars. Weather permitting we plan to return for an evening meal during our stay.
An excellent first day in Guangzhou, in the old Cantonese region.
... to see. This park offered a hodgepodge of attractions from a small lake with paddle boats to an enclosure with monkeys, a war memorial and a Buddhist temple complete with fireworks!
Our lives revolve around school and it is busy! Besides the teaching there are “the extras” to plan for and work into the schedule. Being a private school, the public’s perception of us is very important and we have to show that we offer more than ...
... skip work and find any excuse to play hooky. As a result, I’ve become partially upset with them where on the one hand, I understand there is nothing to do in the office, but on the other, as a foreign teacher, we’ve signed a contract to work here at the stated hours. If you wanted to sleep at home and mope around, might as well not come to China. I don’t know, maybe I’m complaining about nothing. When it’s all said and done, I’m ...