Crowne Plaza Foshan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... We stopped at a coffee shop for doughnuts. Then we bought this feather plastic thing- that you kick. It's hard to explain. We went to the museum, library, opera house and tried to go up the tallest building. The museum had cool stuff they found under the sea when ships sailed the silk route. China made pottery and silk to trade. Over all, didn't really like it there was too many people and ...
Today we moved back to the past. Fifteen years ago we were here in Guangzhou, I for the first time. Sisi's father is born in a small farm village not far from here. As a teenager, he experienced the Japanese invasion. Still a teenager, he signed up with the Chinese free army, but when he was ready to fight the Japanese, they had surrendered. Instead, he was sent to fight the communists. Wounded at the Battle of Beijing, with a bullet within a centimeter from ...
... of girls. No dress code, I think, some wear the shortest possible shorts. Average incomes are 6000 to 10000 yuan per month (about 1200 euro/dollar). I see quite informal behavior. We are treated for lunch. Minivan with chauffeur are at our disposition. Separate room with our own waiter await us in a top restaurant. Too bad I don't want to risk upsetting my still tender stomach. When they hear our next stop is Canton, a car and ...
... it was just like fright night at Thorpe park. Our favourite we went on 6 times in the last half an hour before it closed, we kept having to run all the way round the queue as they wouldn't just let us stay on. Yet again we walked about 10miles :o. Today somehow we slept in until 12! We must have been tired. Having a chilled day, trying to save money today. Doing some laundry and taking advantage of all the activities in the hostel, movies, pool, table football and loadsa wii ...
... stopped off briefly at a memorial to Dr Sun Yat Set, who was the first Chinese Prime Minister and overthrew the last emperor. It was a short pit stop while we did a lap of the park. We were left with 2 hours at the shops, Beijing Road - fairly uneventful. Back to the airport and a 9 hour flight to Sydney. Another 2 hour wait in the airport and a bus home to ...