Regal Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... t stop for them! We have some new students at school (none in my class) and some still haven’t returned from the holiday. These kids are used to travelling, so I heard about trips to Korea, USA, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia and Hong Kong, although nobody went across the bridge to Moncton!
At QSI, besides the academics, we work on Success Orientations to help students develop "good people" personal characteristics. Each month we have an ...
... Visa-Free zone for 48 hours. We went to Guangzhou Sunday and are quite comfortable now with its subway system and getting around near the train station. Unlike Dongguan, there are always crowds of people in the streets and the subways cars are jammed packed so we’re just a balding Caucasian man and his white-haired wife in a sea of dark-haired people. Being an internal flight to Guilin, we didn’t have to go through customs ...
... is pretty blah) all lit up. Looking around also takes your mind off the taxi driver who is careening through the streets dodging cars with no set lanes or apparent rules BUT we arrive save and sound for $10.
The temperature is cooler than when we left and it rained all day Saturday so everything is damp. We did a wash and hung it out but ended up drying it inside with our little heater. Although we’re quite ...
... 2010 Asian Games. It was a nice place to wander around in the rain for a bit before retiring to my very comfy bed.
The Ritz-Carlton is definitely worthy of its reputation but all things considered I don't think you can beat the proximity youth hostels get you to the middle of interesting neighborhoods, tops of mountains, small villages etc. It was nice to spoil myself for one night but only because all of the rest of the nights I had much more adventurous ...
... out, we were greeted by a row of guys in suits who bowed and shouted a greeting (I’m guessing) – quite an entrance! We were ushered into a room with 3 large chairs and a TV – no good for us, and a glass of hot water (very common) was brought in for us. Two lovely ladies came in and worked their magic for the next hour. Although it’s called foot massage, it’s really a head, neck, back, arms and ...