Huarui Danfeng Jianguo Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I'm writing this on June 20 while traveling to our next destination, Beijing. We have a 6 hour ride on the bullet train, so I should have plenty of time to talk about our day yesterday. We were able to sleep in since it was a day off. That didn't end up meaning too much, however, because I woke up at 2:30 am, and Leah got up at 7:00 am. Still adjusting to the time change, I guess. Jenny was still asleep, so Leah and I decided to go to breakfast at the ...
Today started out early again, but earlier than expected, as Leah and I both woke up at 4:30 am, just because we couldn't sleep. Maybe it was nerves, or the last of the jet lag, but we got ready early and went to the restaurant for breakfast. For those of you who have had Cynthia as a guide for your Chinese adoption, she is not the only person to call breakfast "breakfirst." Jenny calls it that, too. It's been a thing with Leah and me for years, to call it ...
... over 8 hours after departing, bunked into our new hotel, had a quick lunch and then headed for our concert.
We have a birthday in the clan today – Happy Birthday Matt Stein, Principal 2nd Cornet.
We are up again at 6:00am tomorrow but its a FREE DAY(!!) once we get to Guangzhou on the bullet train. I will be a welcome respite after a night on the sleeper, two 6:00am starts and a LOT of ...
... fish. A whole bowl full of small (sardine size) fish. Jim jumped right in but I cringed as I watched our guide and driver eat everything--fins,scales and all--except the head. Hannah was a trooper and did try the fish. We then went to the Yueyang tower which is famous in her city. This was from the Song Dynasty 2000 years ago. The day was finished with a brief shopping trip where Mia scored 2 fans. The remainder of the day was spent at the hotel. Dinner was an adventure even at ...
... around here but the maps they make are ridiculously inaccurate. Agh! Somehow I ended up in a weird construction site, and then went around in a giant crazy circle a few times, feeling like I was going nuts, all alone in the middle of giant tea fields somewhere on an island in the middle of a giant lake. Just crazy. Again, starving and frazzled I found a lady selling ice cream and knew I was getting close! She pointed where the ferry was and I found it and went ...