Yinye Yanshan Hotel
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... draw because she was under two years old. By the time we were done with the three stations, she was soaking wet with sweat but perfectly happy and then fell asleep on the ride back. I've been spending time trying to confirm our connector back to Beijing in a couple of days to fly home. We booked through American and what a mess. The China airline connector says we are not confirmed in their system because American has ...
... lighting a cig. All this built our expectations as we entered to the stadium holding 60,000 plus fans cheering their local team for the top spot on the standings.
The atmosphere was insane. We most definitely overpaid the face value of our tickets, but it was all worth it for the energy we felt entering the arena. We were lucky enough to get our tickets in the fan zone and there we were right in the middle of all the action as fans waved enormous flags, ...
... and the bad experiences that others had written about did not eventuate. Quick and friendly service was the order of the day.
The biggest shock of all was after a half hour drive in a rickety old bus at 6.30 in the morning we stopped outside what other people have referred to as their backpacker-type free accommodation for the 18 hour layover. We were billeted at a 5 star hotel in the ...
Our first flight from YVR to Guangzao China was delayed, meaning we missed our connecting flight by 10 minutes and got to spend one night at a swanky hotel in Guangzao where no one spoke English! We were more than happy to have a comfy bed, warm shower, and free ...
... 3. Don't rely on the hotels wifi as all sorts of sites are blocked including Facebook and Google. New food item tried: congee with raisins. Wouldn't recommend. Like a gluey bad porridge. Woke up at 5.30 to a cloudy muggy day. The street outside our balcony looks down on a sort of courtyard/plaza. Last night I saw young people playing badminton and this morning I see old people doing tai chi. All the people walking by are clapping their hands ...