Grand Sun City Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... dancing, calisthenics and other exercise. The lot is now a parking lot for a big retail center. All the buildings around the hotel seem pretty new, and much more 21st century than before.
Jenny took us to a great restaurant a block from the hotel for dinner. The food was fantastic - wok fried beef and shrimp, cauliflower and cabbage. Leah said that if the vegetables at home tasted like the ...
... was transformed into a horror house and St Mark's Basilica had a merry go round next to it. I am not the biggest fan of theme parks but it was a brilliant afternoon. I got to practice my archery skills (with the worst arrows on the planet), go on rides that I enjoyed much more than I thought I would and dress up as a Chinese Emperor from the Hun Dynasty.
Sea World was next door and is basically an over sized aquarium with dolphin shows. The aquarium ...
... category. I got of lightly though, after I escaped the ice, a friend of mine went through the same ordeal only this time, one of the ladies decided to sit on him in a certain position (I promised my grandma I wouldn't write anything rude, love you grandma! Looking forward to a brew and a catch up!).
After the madness subsided, we entered the bar to celebrate what we have deemed a successful first event for "the Hunan Hash House Harriers". Yes there ...
After a very gloomy March, April had a more positive vibe. Even the weather has improved dramatically. Compared to the rest of China, Changsha has two specific seasons. The cold season and the hot season with a day in between which acts like a school caretaker, sweeping the previous season away ready for the next. The only aspect of the weather that hasn't changed is the erratic nature. One minute the sun is baring down on my back, the next there is a monsoon which almost ...
... door for me). The competition was taking place at Ya Li school which is one of the bigger schools in Changsha with several different campus scattered around the city. Luckily for myself and Laura, the campus we needed was just across the river from where we live. As we needed to be there for 08:00, it was still an early start but it could have been worse I guess.