Jiang Long Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Jiang Long Hotel Dongguan
Travel Blogs from Dongguan
... has by far been one of the most amazing opportunities I have ever been presented with, and each person we met along with route, each fact we learned, and each event we experienced will forever be carved into my mind. If I were to pick my top five that impacted me the most though, the following list illustrates those that stood out from all others:
1. Being served dish after dish of traditional Omani ...
... about the city and drink up the sights for a while. At the ports, large ships came to and fro, and Chinese junks dotted the horizons with their stern mounted rudders to improve steering such gargantuan boats in the large sea and their water-tight bulkheads designed to keep them afloat during emergencies. Silks, silk textiles, ceramics, and metalwork made their way on and off the land while people scurried back and forth trying to find the best bargain and the most stunning ...
... of some “veteran” teachers, we found some new food sources which will help – cream cheese and sliced ham. I made Blanche’s mushroom dip last night and it tasted soooo good!
We know the deep freeze has settled in at home and we’re shivering in empathy. At least there hasn’t been a lot of snow to shovel yet!
PS. I've added a few more pictures from the Guilin trip
Take care and stay warm!
Helen and ...
We awoke to a sunny blue sky on Christmas morning, as every day had been during our trip. We exchanged Christmas cards and I prepared a special breakfast – stuffed French Toast with fresh strawberries. Yummy! We didn’t know how quiet it would be on the streets and, although not normal traffic, people were on the move. We drove down to Kings Park, a jewel along the coast in downtown Perth. We joined hundreds ...
... any beauty pageants. I wasn't seeing things with the shock and surprise of a new visitor to this type of environment, yet it was passing me by even though I was quite happy to wander around in it. It was the reverse of the sensation I'd had when I'd returned to work in the UK after a year away which begs all sorts of questions about where I belong and feel at home. Now is not the time to contemplate all that though, first things first I've just got to tune in and then meet ...