Hong Qiao State Guest Hotel
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After we left the poor village we walked onto Nanjing Rd. It is a walking street and fancy shops. It kinda is like the magnificent mile in Chicago. We just walked down the street and talking. Mark and Alex were shocked by the lack of people trying to harass ...
... but the smog/dust is awful, specially for photos. We take a taxi to the train station and wait for our train. We’re take a fast train to Luoyang with speeds of 300km/hr and reach it in 4 hours. The train is very comfortable in 2nd class. It’s interesting to see China this way. It’s dusty agriculture plains with massive cities every so often. The cities all seem to be big construction sites with tall apartment blocks.
Luoyang is no exception ...
... there was no sign of anybody at the ZestAir counters. We went over to an information desk and she informed us that our flight was tomorrow in 24hours and not tonight and there was no flights tonight with that flight number. You can imagine our horror!!
We headed back to the air asia counter as that was the company we booked the flights with to find out what was going on and why we had ...
... of friends at a restaurant called the "Red Rooster". Scott's older German friend, Jan, is friends with the butcher. So we met with him, two of his German friends, Scott's coworker Jomar, and his friends who are in their 30s with their daughter, and eventually Scott's coworker and her boyfriend. It was quite and crowd, and eventually Jan's wife, Yen, and their son, Klaus, who I like so much came. We had some burgers and drinks and talked for a while.
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... cover the inside airport walls. We were interested also to see everywhere signs such as "Go for a Green Future" and "Stop Abusing Energy". We grinned inwardly. Indeed, we have seen over the years that China has implemented some truly mind boggling national environmental projects but the ubiquitous signage was more than a bit twee.
As usual the taxi ride to our hotel was at death defying ...