Han Guang Men Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... is an emotional ride because I had such a fantastic time. Experiences from getting lost on the (square) city and boating on the Yellow river to conquering my fear of roller coasters and eating sea cucumber made this trip unforgettable. The bonds I formed here with both the Chinese and American students are some of the strongest and most valuable I've ever had in my life. The program wouldn't have been the same with different people. Everyone here was incredibly ...
Today we went to Huashan Mountain and it was a fun experience. Amazing really! It started out in the early morning; my friend Sam was playing around with my Instagram saying "you have too many selfies and hashtags." I knew it was true then he went through my Instagram and read all my selfies and I couldn't stop laughing. So my morning was pretty great. When we got to the mountain I was scared because I don't ...
Breakfast again at the hotel. Good value and nice. We were at the Forbidden City, or the People's Cultural Palace, before nine but that didn't help much in terms of the crowds. Still an important holiday and still lots of Chinese groups travelling. So funny because the members f these differnt groups are wearing the dame hats. Everything from orange bucket hats to pink caps. Sort of funny but still annoying to be crowded all the time. We headed to the far end of the ...
... will be totally dark by 8...I recall that the transition of spring to summer was very abrupt, and it seems that summer to autumn will be the same. Today has been way cooler - about 21, though next week we are forecast to be up to 35+ again.
It will be good when the nights are cool enough to turn off the air-con, but its still needed at the moment.
Yesterday I decided to take myself off for a walk back to Changle Park, as I haven't been there since I first arrived. ...
... and smiles with our welcoming hostess and her bus driver husband. Everyone in this village farms 1/6 acre in addition to outside jobs. We helped in the kitchen preparing noodles and later we joined her for a Women's Dance/ exercise club. Everyone joined in for an enthusiastic Macarena. After breakfast we toured the original village which has mostly been replaced by new houses, and an artist's studio. Then back to Xi'an to catch a flight to Chendu.