Good International Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... historic and national sites, including the bank where Imelda Marcos’ 3000 pairs of shoes are locked up. Our guide was very knowledgeable and opinionated so we learned a lot of his version of history, the political situation and about life in the Philippines. Although the Philippines were under Spanish control for 350 years, it was the American involvement which pulled the country into the 20th century and victory against the invading Japanese in ...
... quiet and places didn't start opening until around 10:00. From street vendors, we bought some roasted chestnuts and a few pieces of durian, a large, thorn-husked fruit known as the "king of fruits". We had decided to head to the Pearl River, which was just a few blocks away from our hotel. The day was warm, somewhere in the twenties, but, just like yesterday, very hazy. We got on one of the several ferries ...
... decided to brave the metro system. We managed to get one-day passes that worked out to about $4 each, and left from Canton Tower station to get to Linhexi station. From there we planned to get to the Guangzhou zoo, and then hopefully move on towards a large park known as Yuexiu Park. Along the way we came across Dongfeng Park (which included a little amusement park and playground for kids!) and decided to mosey around there. As with the rest of Guangzhou there ...
... eventually got on a bus that would drop us off near our hotel, but beyond that we weren't entirely sure what we were doing. Thankfully my mom had Pocket Earth all fired up and managed to get us there (though to be fair we did get some excellently timed directions from some fellow Anglophones). At this point we had now traveled for half a day on a plane, were staring jet lag in its cold dark eyes, and had ...
... should get off at, but I was using Pocket Earth so I was tracking where we were. We were about a kilometre from where our hotel would be when the bus stopped by a park and the bus driver indicated we had to get off. There were taxis waiting at this park, but we couldn't fit into one, so we decided just to walk. We walked along an interesting market street with numerous little alleys that were all closed up for the ...