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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... lovely. (What is the difference?) Incredible beauty all around us! We were surrounded and enfolded by beauty. Mountains rising high into the faded blue sky bookended the wide river, the third longest in the world. The Yangtze River Valley is home to 1/15th of the world's population, 1/3 of China's! On our last day onboard we went through the third gorge, the Xiling, the most dangerous, at least before the dam ...
... lane was totally closed to traffic for two days. Lucky for us it has opened today! We are getting no information about anything Chinese. We are thinking they have closed all information access. Even folks who can usually get online - are unable to do so. Pretty unbelievable! Wow! We did have a performance of the school children. They had themselves quite a field trip as they came on board to entertain us. They were ...
... to Singapore, Thailand, India and other countries. The spicy food is supposed to make you cooler, but eating it, for me, sure make the sweat pour off. Not for everyone, but the hotter the better for me. My two favorite dishes is what is called maopao tofu with ground beef and peanuts. The other is better known, Kung Pao Chicken.
Hotels – well there are hotels and there are hotels. Sharon the general manager of ...
... me for almost the entire rest of the weekend so he could help with Chinese and also because he wanted to get to know the Japanese people, which I thought was a great idea due to some of the conversations we had had on Chinese-Japanese relations. Ohh let me say too, that Mitseru’s English is actually pretty good and has gotten better since I last saw him. Ok, so we picked them up and got a taxi to DiaoYu Cheng. There are two ways to get into the castle, one is to take a winding ...
... a new older Chinese man B-lining it towards our window. This man was weathered by the elements and had a set of teeth like his mouth was Mike Tyson’s punching bag. He came up and starting heckling us. We said no thanks a bunch of time in Chinese and eventually he walk away from the window….. and came in the teashop and sat right next to John. John pretended not to understand anything he was saying, and I actually didn’t understand. His accent and holes in his ...