Green Park Villa Hotel Tianjin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... museum full of exquisite ancient jade and porcelain. It's rated the fifth best museum in all China and we loved it. There are foreign "concessions" here and we had lunch in the German area. Fascinating stuff. Finished off with the palace of the last emperor of China and a Confucian ...
As we sit at the station waiting for our return train to Beijing we enjoy the humid heat of this beautiful city. The haze has followed us all day and so has the heat. Lining up at the station to have our ID checked was a humbling experience for all. The number of disabled and poor people begging for money was disheartening. They came ...
... did really well over five floors of displays and explanations. This was followed by two sessions in the classroom. The first was making Opera masks, the second was a tea ceremony. The Opera masks activity was quite soothing for the boys. Some quiet creative time that provided the boys with a chance to think about the day, ...
... at all. Toilets The urinal is a drain along the floor and the toilets have no toilet paper or doors. A challenge for even the most confident of our boys. David Gray lesson David was asked to give a lesson on New Zealand, a science lesson was the brief actually, but with about 20 hand picked students from the best class he prepped his borrowed laptop and started off with a few jokes in Chinese. Well at least that what I think he was doing. In David's presentation he explained ...
My first impressions of this city were not so accurate. From the moment we left Tianjin Station on the bus it was obvious this city had a different character to what we had experienced so far. It has a lot of European influence in its architecture while still maintaining the modern feeling of China. Some of us went for a walk after dinner to see the sites from the Tianjin ...