Dynasty International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 360 degree bench and mirror with specialised lighting that was a makeup touch up station. It was a wonder that we got to see the karst forest because I didn't want to leave the loos!
Food is never too far away and lunch was in a newly constructed village. As part of UNESCO's accreditation process many of the villagers who previously resided in the park confines had to be relocated. No worries of course, the government commissions the building of ...
... than chipper and walked to the older house. The two brothers were passed out on the couch while the wife was making some noodles. They greeted us with groggy smiles and we had some delicious noodles, really really good. After breakfast we went to the patio of the newer house and sat and had a bunch of tea. After a solid tea session we were headed to the nearest town. They owned two motorbikes. I road on the back of one while the brother drove and John got his own. The trail ...
... especially seagulls, from the north during the cold seasons. The white seagulls livened up the lake only at this time of the year. And there were thousands of them on the lake and in the sky - beware of those "bombers" though. Kunming City was like any other Chinese cities with modern architectures and transport network. Similarly, people and pollution filled the streets. The ...
... else, served to confuse all the different minorities into one generic Minority heading. In one sentence the offstage annotations would describe a Bai legend and Tibetan traditions that seemed to have no connection other than their onstage juxtaposition. However, cultural fidelity aside, the show was very entertaining, with lots of rhythmic drumming and dance. One of the coolest parts was a shadow dance ...
... with numerals (the words “slices” and “pieces” are an English equivalent in phrases such as “two slices of pizza” and “three pieces of meat”. Sasha noticed that omitting a measure word often results in a blank stare.
On a ride to Chengdu Sasha asked help from his neighbor from the lower bunk. The person was very happy to help and practice his English at the same time. His name was Wang Yi and he was a graduate student ...