Holiday Inn Hohhot
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Inner Mongolia (actually: the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region) and shows this in its architecture. The city is rich, and there are many large and well decorated highrises. several are topped with a a stone ger, or with the characteristic mongolian hat. The trident, facing up, part of the traditional tribal banner, tops many fences, monumuntal entrance gates, and even some buildings. I really enjoy the streets. The sidewalks have been turned into complete commercial ...
... the toilet, so with brute force I can take my shower, which sprays over everything in the little room. But outside, the family who runs this hotel is eating dinner together. They probably bought this apartment and converted it into a hotel. So commerce and enterpreneurship flourish. And for this true Chinese experience, we pay 80 yuan, some 10 euro or dollar. We even have WiFi, and travelpod still works. A thermobottle of hot water has been delivered. Time for ...
... in the museum with everyone staring at and taking photos of us. After the museum we grabbed some lunch and semi-worked it off on some spin bikes that were randomly set up at the front of a shopping centre! We went back into the city where I had found another Uniqlo store and actually found the jacket that I had been chasing in Beijing. Unfortunately when I went to pay they would not accept my card, as in China they will only accept Chinese cards apart ...
Today was our last full day in Inner Mongolia. We went to the police station and got Joshua's passport. For the first time on this trip, I saw another adoptive family. The mom gave me a big hug. It was nice talking to someone who knows english. Its very rare to find. Then we took Joshua to get a haircut. Afterwards, when I asked him if he liked his hair, he said no. ...
Yesterday we went to the grasslands and visited a Mongolian herdsman family. We ate some food (and some of it was literally as hard as a rock) and drank milk tea. We got to see what it was like to live in a yurt. We all had a great time. Joshua takes tons of pictures on his tablet of everything we do. He is so ...