TripAdvisor Reviews Guangshi Hotel Kaiping
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... it should arrive. Plus, the table next to me already had a huge bowl of it. Nope, "mayo", no tofu.
"Noodles?" she said.
"Fine noodles." Out she comes with some ****** ramen that was stir fried with some spam or something. Ugh.
"Twenty Eight for that?" My god. Just pay it whatever.
There was quite a walk in between Li garden and Zili village. I thought the pathway ...
Will and I spent the day in Tianjin Fireign Language School with Bruce Cooper, the lovely Centre Principal. We delivered a workshop on Reading Strategies and Promoting Oral Communication in the afternoon, and then Bruce and Bill, the lovely English and History, took ...
... the best kept. Also the most touristy. However the interiors are a bit less interesting than the one in the Lin Villa.
4) Li Garden. Nothing special. I think they tried to reproduced the garden in Suzhou but didn’t get any close.
5) Chikan. The town (where my hostel was) must have been gorgeous when all the building where new. They have cinema studios here and you can visit them so I had a quick look around.
Je pensais qu'en visitant ...
... private room, and he had obviously called ahead to order the food. On the table was a roast chicken and in the middle of the table was a large wok filled with water. Mr. Guan opened Belgium beer and we had many toasts of "gombai" and Happy New Year. We started with roast chicken, which tasted sort of smoked. Then the waitress came in, started a flame under the ...
... reasons. I'm not sure exactly what that meant since we could take pictures of the 2-4 year olds, but I know there was bad press right before the olympics about China "exporting" their babies, and deplorable conditions shown in a rural orphanage. All adoptions slowed down then, and I would guess the "privacy" means for the orphanage, not for the babies. I'm not sure why, but we were kind of rushed through the facility. Maybe because it was a holiday, and the director wanted ...