Howard Johnson Parkland Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... he knows it all! I gave all the teachers my ppts and a ppt I had found on plenaries from Mike Gershon on TES..
The feedback was tremendous. Paul said it was a great session, and that several of the teachers had given him feedback that they thought the it was useful as it gave them practical tips and resources for their lessons. Paul said he particularly thought bringing up the fact that it is important to get to ...
... round the coast to other view points by which time we were all tired. (All this fine dining and wining every day takes it out of you!)
Our guide who was a second year university student and very cute sang us a Happy New Year song on the bus. This was the first time she had been a guide as it was the only time she could get to speak to foreigners and practice her English. She did speak very well. At the end ...
... gong sounded once and you know the rest. We're not really sure who made up the audience - perhaps brass players, venue subscribers or perhaps just curious locals. There was no talking at all other than Nigel introducing the soloists, "Soprano Cornet, small, only 1 in band, Colin Clarke". The Maori group were predictably loved by the audience. They are awesome! Some small children cried but that too is probably predictable. It seemed perhaps that ...
... have some time for exploring. After an eclectic breakfast ranging from traditional western fare to picked fish bones and, duck eggs and pickled lots of other things we are off for a morning of exploring before we congregate early afternoon to head to wherever our concert is. We have no idea of what the venue is, how many people will be there or what the reception will be ...
... that specializes on rice. The night is still young so we decide to visit a night market next to our hotel, and we still keep buying food, like mutton sate and some oysters. Not a good decision as after eating oysters on the street one of our friends is poisoned and cannot join the convoy so they take train to reach the next city called Shen Yang, 508 km from Dalian.