Hui Yuan Gong Hotel
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... some kind of pancake sort of batter, quickly fried, then an egg scrambled on it, spring onions thrown on top, a barbecue/spicy sauce brushed over it, some kind of crispy thing put on top, then neatly wrapped up in itself and put into a freezer bag. I took it and wasn't sure what the etiquette was of eating in the street. I sneakily had bits of it and it was good. I don't know where we can just hang out on campus while we wait for class, so I just ate while I walked. ...
... 100 yards long. Jessica told us that the maids would tell the Empress stories all the time. Once they ran out of stories. The Emperor had this built so they would always have stories to tell. All they had to do was look up at the pictures and make something up. We passed a huge boat made of marble with a top of wood. It cannot sail but is BEAUTIFUL. The rain really started to crack down, so Larry and Jessy made ...
... people at the counter checking into the flight. Oh, and you're connecting in Beijing onto New York, right? Wrong...15 minutes for them to change the computer and we're on our way to security, which is a breeze at 4:50am. I have about 200k Dong left, which I pass to Heather to pick up some breakfast and drinks while I go to the VAT Refund counter, where I find the 2 workers curled up in balls under the desk on reed mats, sound asleep. Takes a few increasing louder "excuse me's?" before ...
7:45am: Alarm goes off. I I groggily swipe a hand down to my desk from my lofted bed, blindly fumbling for the snooze button. When that classic iPhone alarm noise stops, I know I've found it, and turn back over and fall asleep.
7:53am: Alarm goes off for a second time. I promptly hit snooze again.
8:01am: Alarm goes off for a third time. Grumbling the whole time, I manage to shimmy down off my bed and shut it off. After opening the curtains to check ...
... to have English translations. Even shops will have some part of their shop-front sign translated even though they don’t speak English and will probably never meet anyone who does. Whilst we appreciate the effort, it’s bizarre that none of these signs has been proof-read by a person who actually speaks English fluently.
Some examples were fairly easy mix-ups
“Respect for farmers labour cherish crops”
Some became difficult to ...