Fu Ho Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFu Ho Hotel Guangzhou
Five minutes walk from Peasant's Movement Institute Metro on Line One. Clean comfortable hotel, rooms cleaned daily. Central location
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... of it. I had to wait 4 hours at the airport which consisted of Chinese shops, restaurants, smoking rooms. I approached a group of 3 young English people I recognised from the plane... Ended up in deep conversation with them and going out for a pizza in a Chinese restaurant- not bad! About to board the plane from China to Sydney and all I can think about is a hot shower, sun, food and a comfy bed. Oh and my parents lovely friends Chris and Christine who will be meeting me off the ...
... despite being so busy, does things very competently for the most part. The exception was the "new enhanced security screening". My cabin bag was rejected because it was "densely packed", whatever that means! They emptied every single thing out of my bag - cords and chargers, clothes, presents, even emptied my dirty washing bag, and swabbed everything. Took about ...
... the China Southern Lounge. Absolutely cannot fault the service, facilities etc of China Southern Air. The lounge here offers drinks and nibbles of all kinds; you can shower if you want - sleep - catch up with people ( free wifi). 10/10. Leg two of the trip starts at 8.50am with the flight to London Heathrow - and more ...
Very hot in Guangzhou. Arrived 5.30 in morning in the dark. Over 30 deg at that time. Flight left at 9.30 am local time. Uneventful flight. But don't expect to receive what was ordered on the menu. Arrived in London at 3.10 pm after circling 2 or 3 times. Easy transfer on to underground, ...
... neighbourhood bordering on Liwan lake where the Tai Chi, badminton and other exercise is taking place as normal. This will be good for a walk each morning, perhaps they will get to know me as regular and I will blend in even though I am 60 cm taller than just about everyone. Perhaps not!
Josh wants our usual cutural eating for breakfast so I visit the friendly local McDonalds next door. No congee on the menu, what a shame. ...