Pan Tower International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Well, the bus and train connections to Guangdong are really good, so I didn't even stay overnight anywhere this weekend.
I booked a train ticket for 11:50 p.m. leaving from Changsha and completely forgot how early the buses shut down here. I went out to the bus stop really early because I was bored and it was raining, but then I realized the buses stop at 10 p.m. A guy on a motor taxi tried to convince me to go with him to the train ...
... Italian Style Town. It was a lovely warm evening and we sat out in a German bar chatting and drinking beer! Bruce and Bill left about 8pm and Will and I went to La Venezia, an Italian restaurant. We had gorgeous bruschetta and a fabulous pizza. Another lovely ...
I thought that by visiting Unesco sites I would stay on the beaten track. Well, no! I am so glad I got help from Echo (the girl I met in Xiamen) to book the hotel, and also write down the direction for me. I would have never managed without her! My hostel was in Chikan, about 30min bus from Kaiping. I arrived there after nightfall and the bus dropped me at a cross road, near a bridge. The town was really dark, only few lamp post and I had to ask for direction. Thanks god I ...
... private room, and he had obviously called ahead to order the food. On the table was a roast chicken and in the middle of the table was a large wok filled with water. Mr. Guan opened Belgium beer and we had many toasts of "gombai" and Happy New Year. We started with roast chicken, which tasted sort of smoked. Then the waitress came in, started a flame under the ...
... was very modern, and we had a private VIP room on the top floor of a 5 story building overlooking the city. Jiangmen and its surrounding area was described as a smallish city, with a mere 5 million inhabitants. The city can be reached from Hong Kong by high speed boat now from the South China Sea and up the Po River. Had we known that route, it would have been much faster than the way we traveled. The Jiangmen streets were filled with motorcycles and motor scooters, some ...