Guilin Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... 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 ...
... Royal School. Most people went to bed really, really early. The next day, we went to a welcome speech and lecture along with 700 other American students and teachers. The best part was making bracelets in the auditorium. In the afternoon, we toured the hanban headquarters and the Confucius imperial college/temple. Some of us started being approached by Chinese people to take pictures with them, which was ...
... become a teacher. If you are not 5 feet tall you do not qualify to teach. Some of the girls we meet yesterday were told that they could not teach English and the best they could do would be to translate. Interesting, isn't it? Of course the first thing we do is go to Lunch. No meals are missed on this trip. The only problem is they have been serving us the same food for every meal and add in something. Tori is more adventurous with the food then ...
... meal but arrived safely in Guilin, met by new guide Jean, delightful, and transported through beautiful scenery to another Shangri-La hotel. We have fabulous rooms facing river and view of mountains. Met by ladies in traditional dress and no LOTN plying their trade in the lobby. J & J lovely swim and jacuzzi while men fannyed about - as I said before some things never change! Out for trip to see cormorant fishing, interesting to see how this type ...
... to Mati's apartment.
Outside, below the apartment, I yelled his name and he peeped out the balcony and threw me his key. Mati made me a delicious Bibimbob, a classic Korean dish that consists of rice with tons of veggies and spicy pepper paste. I scraped the bowls clean and thanked Mati, then headed back to Xingping. There I saw Raphael and receptionists staring and replaying a video of Raphael handing over a bill to the girl behind the desk. Apparently the ...