Hengshan Picardie Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... two of the tallest buildings, the Pearl Tower (looking like some sort of space rocket) and the 'Bottle opener'- Jinmao building. Around the circumference of the Pearl Tower high level orb was a continuous glass floor offering unobstructed views to the ground. Walking (well crawling in my case) out on to this floor was definitely a challenge and stomach turning (!) for some !! As in Beijing we've mastered the subway and the backstreets without a single taxi ...
... next to me and take up all my space. Bonus if he could also sneeze and hack up a lung from time to time. Woosh, I fished my wish. That is exactly what I got. The gentleman was very nice but he was 6’2” if he was an inch and was suffering from what I could only imagine was Ebola or at least seasonal allergies. To add insult to injury there was something wrong with the AC and it was set to the “germinate ...
... best idea would be to hop in and bust out the butterfly like a pro! My old swimming days came in handy as the fellow frolickers asked me to teach them how to do it!......England 1- 0 China. I now need an excuse to get me out of swimming every Thursday as I bought a membership and they are excited about my long-term swimming ventures with them. I am thinking about coming to school with cotton wool in my ears and pretending that I have dickey lugs.
Until next time..Peace out homeboys. ...
... one to take us. They didn’t like the look of our wet, dirty luggage which would have to be partially on their clean cab seats. But finally a kind woman accepted us, and we were on our way to the train station 45 minutes away. Speaking of luggage, I need to mention another observation. Chinese folks travel light. Shelley’s friend who spent the weekend with us had one medium-size bag (one that would fit in the overhead bin of an airplane), and she was moving to ...
... and buy 2 tickets to Mudu for a total of 12 kwai. The ride is close to an hour and we emerge at our familiar intersection. It is freezing out and my leggings and skirt are not up to the challenge - my jeans are now hanging wet at Leslie's! As we approach Red Lantern, the proprietor is sitting with 2 chef-hatted workers, he spots us and jumps up to greet us. Very sweet. John has the word vacation pulled up on his phone and we detail the place names we have been to and that we ...