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... started to cough uncontrollably. I decided to take all my drugs and share them with him so he could get better. I felt so bad for the people who had to sit next to us and around us hacking and coughing sicky's!
A couple of hours into the flight Kent started to cough uncontrollably. I decided to take all my drugs and share them with ...
... aboout 20 different ornamets (which came in packs, very haphazardly put into bags) and a string of lights for 150 RMB, or $24 American. While we put it together and decorated, we were skyping with some of my coworkers who live less than a block away. It was pretty silly but very fun. After, we opened the Christmas cards from Scott's family. They were funny, heartfelt, and sweet and we had a great time opening them. Now we have a "Christmas Corner" in our apartment, and it ...
... etc). There were also no zoo keepers to educate or stop people from doing this. People would commonly bang on glass to try and make the animals move, or lift their children up over barriers to feed the monkeys – were not kidding about this, check out the pics! Most of the animals were well used to food coming from the people outside the cage, and would all clamour and ...
... or not. It reminds me of misheard song lyrics - like I always thought the Police lyric "It's been ten years since I wrote my note" was "It's been ten years since I broke my nose." Or the time in college when we tried to work out the lyrics to Loser by Beck and from an already surreal song, came up with even more nonsensical lyrics.
... Yunduan, an official in the Ming Dynasty, for his parents to retire to. It was owned by the Pan family until their fortunes declined and in 1760 a group of merchants bought it and restored it. It was badly damaged in the First Opium War and restored 1956-61.
The 5 acre garden is divided into 6 main areas-
- Sansui (“Lucky”) Hall- built 1760 to entertain guests- the largest hall
· Yule Pavilion and Wanhua Chamber- note the ancient ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking