Xinfazhan Guhua Garden Hotel
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... If I don’t keep on top of it I will eventually suffer the effects of heavy metal poisoning. Fun stuff right? The trick is that it makes me feel lousy and it tastes even worse. It is like drinking apple-flavored sand.
It typically makes me feel like staying home for a while and kills my mornings on a regular basis. Today was no exception, so I took advantage of the time to work on writing the blog. I also got the ...
... without a good repast and in Asia there is no shortage of choice. I enjoyed my usual fruit, gluten free toast, coffee but I stepped out of my comfort zone and enjoyed the steamed egg with shiitake mushrooms and seaweed. I am hoping there is some mystical cure in the seaweed for my travel bags (puffy eyes). Rick, the best travel companion ever, sampled a more traditional western breakfast, but guzzled it up with some salad -- Asians do ...
... presented to us as a gift, and the artists were eager to take photos of both their art and the models. While the skill level varied, they were all very happy and truly enjoyed their art.
We wandered further along the beautiful lake and before taking break for lunch, we had a relaxing gondola ride out into the Lake with lovely views and fresh air. After lunch our mission moved from the Lake to the streets of Hangzhou where we found an area famous for ...
As I sit on my bed, updating this blog in a hotel bathrobe, after a super shower, following a long day in Shanghai, I cannot help but be grateful. Early this morning, I contemplated running on the Bund (not to be confused with The Bund our hotel). However, it was only 6 am and the temp was 90 so I opted for the gym. Now, this gym was a half step up from the cruise ship gym, mainly in that it was not in the middle of the hallway and that ...
... options for me =( So I ate the rice and veggies around it, tried some yogurt, ate the fruit and some lettuce that they called salad. Dad always taught us to eat what you can and when you can...especially if you don't know when your next meal is! That's probably going to be my mantra for this journey of mine. I hope i don't disappear from this limited eating =) ... From Beijing I had to collect my luggage and bring it back through ...