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In these 3 days I stayed at the four star Pearl hotel in Yongkang, to attend the 18th annual Hardware Fair. In order to find new suppliers for the company or new products worth exporting. My main task was paying attention to the latter as well as handing out & receiving business cards and obtaining company folders. I also met many hotelguests from many countries, for example a group from Indonesia whom I had some great interaction ...
... we sat in the hard seat section. This is the most common way of travel in China for the average person, but is not recommended for tourists, not because it is not safe, but because it is not comfortable. The “K” train is the lowest quality train and the hard seat section is the cheapest seat. The seats themselves were not that bad, but the train was packed, smelly, smoky, and dirty. Trash was all over and people were standing in the aisles as well ...
... these interposing structures, skirting the mountain waist and providing some much desired drizzles in the summer heat.
It takes nearly 3 hours to trek from the base to the top of the mountain peak (alternatively you could take the easy way out and catch one of the frequent cable cars to the peak). Considering myself to be marginally fit, I chose to trek up to the peak. The staircase, ascending virtually
... flight with a two hour layover
Atlanta, Georgia to Tri-Cities - one hour flight
I think this is 30 plus hours of travel. Keep in mind that we crossed twelve time zones during this travel. We ate so many meals at so many different times that I can remember what I ate when. Welcome jet lag!
We were so happy to see the Tri-Cities Airport. Homeward bound!
I love this city--so international and so beautiful.
Interestingly, across the river was farmland until very recently, which enabled the development of a totally modern business community just across from the historic Bund, with classical design.
This morning we walked along the River and saw the city. We then went to the Yu Garden, a 16th ...