Holiday Inn Zhengzhou
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- Airport Transportation
- Indoor pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Zhengzhou
... the day was that all the kids passports were finalized. Vivian dropped Zayne's off to us around 4:30. Our official business here in Zhengzhou is now complete. Zayne played out in the hallway with some of the other kids for about 45 min., then after another in-room dinner (pizzas this time, with Zayne having left over noodles), Zackery and I made our last pool trip for this hotel. Zayne did start saying "Hello" today, which was cool. I think he is going to pick up ...
... on the news that there are three typhoons headed toward China. Hopefully we will not see too much of an impact from them. I also see that the Shanghai stock market has recently lost like 1/3 of its value. Probably will make for some depressed folks when we get to that stop of our trip. If we get into anything interesting tonight, I'll update again later, and if not, might just wait til tomorrow. -- Mick
... had Whoppers, but Zayne wasn't too big on it (smart kid). He just ate a few fries and some chicken. My only day of not feeling too great intestinally was today after that meal thanks to B.K. - go figure. By the time we got back, and Zayne took a nap, it was about 3:30 and we didn't feel up to an outdoor park visit. That actually worked out well, as our CCAI guides (Vivian and Tina) dropped by to let us know that ...
... passport should be ready in a couple days. It wasn't bad time-wise, maybe 2.5 hours in the morn, and again in afternoon. Us and another family (the PA. crew - Mom/Dad and their two adopted 2-year old boys) made a Wal-Mart run before dinner. We basically needed shoes for Zayne, as what we had were all too big, and they just needed a few items. I couldn't talk anyone into buying one of the hanging chickens for dinner, so ...
... around on a toy car, laughing and smiling. We were in that room with him for about 20 more minutes till our whole group finished up. He didn't cry once, and he even let us know that he needed to use the bathroom, which surprised us because the notes said he was not potty trained. Soon it was time to go, so our group loaded up the bus and we went back to the hotel. Zayne got a huge kick out of sharing the tub ...