Hua Yang Plaza Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... breakfast at the hotel. Xi'An North station is completely new, it's more like an airport than train station, and in 30 minutes we will board the train for Luoyang, home of the Longmen caves. ETA is 11:06 a.m. The train journey went smoothly - v comfortable in first class. It reached up to 300km/hour and we arrived right on time. We took a taxi to the hotel and unfortunately, because there is a conference in the ...
... posed its own set of sexual advances and stigmas that are attached to being a green-eyed, light haired, fair skinned Western woman. People around the world watch shows like Sex in the City, or read Cosmo, and that liberal, sex wielding femininity is somehow morphed into a general misconception: white women are easy, they like sex, and they want sex.
I experienced this in Italy, when a man I was kissing was shocked that things ...
... for your amusement. Randy and Brian have gone off to socialize. People up and down the train car are slurping hot noodles or trudging off to the bathrooms. There is a Chinese game show being broadcast over the train speakers that has infinitely annoyed all of us. At seven in the morning, it's the last thing anyone wants to listen to. The bathrooms are, at this point, disgusting, and the route seems to have gotten more precarious. Of course, the ...
... are the review lesson for the parents whe the class has finished a book.They are usually not a hassle but this class was changing teachers as Emily has left and Amy was taking over and she is a brand new teacher. When I asked what I had to do I wasn't given much information so I ended up making up a couple of activities and they worked out quite well. The head teacher was pleased as she had sat in on the class. If she was pleased the parents must ...
... br> 8. The difficulty of living everyday with the inability to converse in the language. Everything is hard. From buying something in a shop, riding the bus, speaking to the local people, asking directions, just everything is difficult. I have to admire my sister for having survived this long and doing so well in getting about the country as she has.
9. The greenery, Luoyang has really ...