Grand Hyatt Guangzhou
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... features they had seen in the west. Today approximately 1,800 of these buildings are still standing. We visited the Fangshi Diaolou built in 1920 by members of the Fang Clan.
These were beautiful buildings built out in beautiful countryside. We were able to explore several of the buildings and wander around the museum area with photos of emigre Chinese. We were given lunch by our driver and ...
We went to the Chen Clan Academy this mornng, stunning architecture. This was a temple built by the Chen family members where their youngsters could come and study for their examinations. A fabulous building going 3 courtyards back. There was a lovely museum with a reconstruction of a Guangzhou house and artworks.
After we disembarked from the night train we checked into the Westin and then made our way to Yuexiu Hill to visit Sun Yat Sen Monument and the Ming Dynasty Zhenhai Tower (Guangzhou Museum).
We then caught a taxi to Shamien Island, a lovely restored area of Guangzhou, full of colonial buildings, wide avenues and street scene ...
... waiting, although a few more arrived while I was there. One thing I noticed is that the nurses still wear the little white caps with the black stripe. We waited 15 minutes for the results then brought the x-rays back to the doctor’s office where he met with me immediately and explained the problem. I have 2 blocked sinus passages which is good news and should be easy to treat, although he did warn me it will probably be a chronic problem while I’m ...
... It seemed to be built for children. Walking inside the huge building, we passed all sorts of shops, a miniture car shop with mini range rovers and sports cars for kids to zoom around in. The second floor was dedicated to child education, art classes were taking place and private schools had offices here. Between shops private piano lessons were going on in small, sound proof glsss cabins! The rest of the shopping centre had wedding ...