- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... guy who was travelling to Ulan Bator. He works in construction and currently lives in New York but spent a significant amount of his life in Australia. (I swear there are more Irish people living outside of Ireland then there are in Ireland.) I do admire the Irish, when things at home are tough they go abroad to look for opportunities, look at the Brits, they just expect the state to provide handouts and complain that it's not enough and that there are no jobs ...
... because the subjects discussed were boring and it was hard to stay interested. She was single. Our guide, Ecco, in Xi'an had excellent English, almost no accent. She was a college graduate from a local university. Ecco had quite a sense of humor and hated to see food wasted. We were able to get her to not order so many dishes, 7 dishes plus rice was way to much to eat! Ecco and the driver were very solicitous of ...
... you're from in these situations, but unfortunately I told him the truth. It was then translated to the small Chinese audience and it produced a few laughs (cause apparently they needed a translator for the word America...). People what the F is the problem?! Is this train going to Shanghai or not?? How difficult is that to understand?? The next thing I knew, one of the staff directed me off the train, talked to a few train folks and without knowing what was happening and ...
... of travel), so I'll hold off on the first-semester-reflection for now.
Instead...some important news! Inner Mongolia and northeastern China received a lot of snow this past weekend, I'm glad my friends and I went to Inner Mongolia when we did; a week or two later and we would have had a desert full of snow! Also, Sun Yang, the first Chinese male swimmer to win an Olympic gold medal, dominated at the Asian championships and won gold in the 200 ...
... to walk over to school in the afternoon to pick up the Biggs kids and play on the playground. There is nothing like a good school playground, and the kids were in heaven. As the kids came out of school, we introduced our broods - Owen Biggs is in 1st grade, Jane Biggs is in 3rd grade, and Charlie Biggs is in 5th grade. After a short warm-up period, the kids were playing and joking like they'd known each other since we were all in the states. After a ...