Guilin Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the two little
ones are staying in the hotel and Jen, Mick and I will head to the shops to
bargain some more!
After Shenzhen we then head to Hong Kong for 3 days before heading back to Brisvegas. This has been a fabulous trip and we highly recommend it to anyone thinking of exploring China, a truly amazing place that has to be seen to be believed!
... scrambled eggs in toast with very good coffee at far greater cost than the meal the previous evening. We also had some club sandwiches prepared for the train presented to us in a classic Chinese takeaway box. It was worth the expense! Wandering away from here we chanced upon a very pleasant rose garden, made all the more pleasant by there being no one it and then a super-loo with Japanese style douching and drying options plus David Attenborough on a TV loop ...
... astounded with how little these people live with. We passed the old city gate, too. T'was a long bus ride to the airport where we all rested. We got off and rode a bus for 45 minutes to a boat on the Li River in Guilin. The boat was beautiful but the weather was not. Rain drizzled around the ground and steamed on the hot pavement. Jenny, our guide, passed out boxed lunches from the ShangriLa. We were all excited when we saw a ...
... air that seemed to intoxicate us into a brighter mood; all of us merrily bantered and slowly lost ourselves in our own laughter. After dark, we split up into smaller groups and went downstairs for dinner at the hostel bar or at a Cafe that seemed to be the only other place open. Pretty much all the restaurants close after 10pm in Xingping and we were desperate for some food. The five of us ventured into the dimly lit cobble stone street, filling the silent summer air ...
... them and their country.
I had ideas about where I wanted to go when I reached China, but as I wasn’t sure when I wanted to go where or whether I’d fancy staying a day or so in Guilin, the town I was flying in to, I thought I’d just wait and see what happened when I arrived. And what happened when I arrived was that I joined a Chinese tour group for the ...