Han Guang Men Hotel
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... s not going to make any sense to anyone. (even though with my saying it properly, still doesn’t seem to make any sense to anyone) but that’s me.
By the way, now that we have jumped over from Xian to Urumqi, it would be appropriate to mention another interesting fact about China. Most Westerners seem to think that everyone out in this part of the world is Chinese. But, it’s not like that at all. There are lots of other ...
... after dark. A quiet dinner and ready for another day tomorrow. Sunday was an adventure. I had been recommended to see the History Museum so left the hotel about 9:00 as entry is by 4000 free tickets that are given out at 10am and 1pm each day. I hailed a taxi and was told it was a public holiday and the meter was broken and it would be $100 for the ride. The hotel suggested about $5 should cover the trip. I started to walk to the Museum (about 10km) and made it just as the ...
... that you are not allowed in any of the buildings (you just peer into badly lit rooms through the windows) and the very repetitive audio commentary through the headphones we had had more than enough by 2pm and called it a day. We retired to a nice restaurant for a long lunch and then did battle with the Chinese train system. When booking from the UK you get an emailed voucher which you have to exchange for tickets at the ticket office however there was disorganised chaos ...
... as we were only doing the day trip rather than staying on the mountain so off we went. Now I have always spoken about some cable cars we did in Hong Kong at a theme park we went to that were pretty scary on the edge of a cliff staring down at the sea, well that was NOTHING compared to these things! Now I don't like heights, but I can handle them - I didn't handle these so well - I couldn't even look. Jeez it was high - I cant even describe it.... you ...
... of yummy looking fudge. Two of the girls bought some and after trying it offered some to the group. It was not fudge and it was not nice!! It was a bean powder cake and it sucked the moisture out of your mouth. We also tried dumplings, a local speciality - ok but not something we would rush to eat again. We went off to the city walls and hired a tandom to ride the 14km round the old city (now a city within a city as the 12 million population has spread out far beyond ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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