Grand Pacific Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a desolate city would be quiet and tranquil. This, however, is not the case! All is a big build up to the final hours before the new year. The city is cover in a hazy cloud of smoke. Not the general acrid smog that hangs like a pillow over the face of every big city in China. The sweet and sulphureous small of Gunpowder and fireworks! A week before the time the city lights up with the constant booming, popping and whizzing sounds of fireworks. Crackers go off ...
... s foot and sent her for an X-ray. After miles of hospital corridors we found it and the X-ray was done, at which point we had to trek back to the original area for X-ray analysis by the doctor. It turned out her foot was broken which she was obviously quite upset about, but Ashley kept reassuring her that it could have been a lot worse as the type of fracture she had needs surgery nine times out of ten! The doctor made a plaster cast for her there and then, and having paid all ...
... people and afterwards a group of us went to the sports centre to play ping pong (via the supermarket to buy bats). After rallying for a bit in pairs we decided to play round the world, and the 10 of us (me, Molly, Juliet, Georgie, Thomas, Eric, Sebastian, Lea, Lisa and Asbjorn) had a great time running round the table until the sports centre closed. Some french girls were hosting drinks in their apartment so we went along for a bit but space was very limited ...
... around and buy some drinks for our first night out of the semester. We all went down to the Irish girls flat for predrinks, and then headed to Lao Wai Tan, a street with lots of bars. We went to one called Candles which had a mini dance floor and a pool table inside and which stayed open until we all left, long after the other bars in the area had closed. We headed straight home with the promise of some food at ...
... a while to turn up, and fitting everyone's suitcases in the boot wasn't a particularly easy task but we succeeded and were soon on our way out of the airport and down the motorway towards Ningbo. We could see how smoggy it was out of the window, and there were basically houses or other buildings the whole way along the motorway. After a brief stop at a service station we got to the most interesting part of the journey from Shanghai, the Hangzhou Bay ...