Lushan Hotel (Hexi Road)
Travel Blogs from Jiujiang
... pictures. They shout "Hello" all the time and are then fascinated when you say it back. Drivers slow down next to us to have a look, they even park up ahead and stop so they can watch us go by, then continue with their own business. This is almost every minute. Sometimes people even pull up a chair next to us to watch us eating in cafes. As we arrived at the bus station we were instantly mobed. Locals coming up to us, reading our tickets over our shoulders, it's ...
... Excellent selection of chinese learning materials. Had a fun conversation with one of the sales staff. Very earnestly trying to learn english, and doing quite well for no formal schooling.
5) Got back to hotel to leave again. For HOT POT! Nummers. Hot. Pot. Macau style. Very good.
Today was mostly about the great wall. By modern standards of architechture, it is big. Even ...
... of their antecedents.
As for adults, many are very keen to have their picture taken with a strange and exotic specimen such as myself. Chinese folks seem to like Americans especially, which is pretty cool considering a US passport is not a hugely PC one to have in most places these days.
A word on Crowds: I don't really mind them here. Possibly this is because I am ...
Today was all about Beijing landmarks. We rode around in a tour bus in Beijing traffic all day. This might seem like bit of an inconvenience, except it was 90 degrees today with 80% humidity and the bus has Air Conditioning. It also makes the mindbending Beijing traffic more tolerable when your vehicle is at the top of the food chain. I like the bus.
Out first destination was Tienanmen Square. Got off the bus and was ...
... the working class." According to Han, it costs about 8 RNB, which is like 1.20 USD. This is for a 100ml bottle of 56% abv liquor. It tastes like someone mixed sesame oil with vodka and akavit, then used it to degrease a truck engine. It's kinda good. Did not have much though.
Food was yummy. Giant shared bowl of "the mildest they have" panbroiled stirfry. Tried Sichuan pepper! Utterly unlike any food item ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed