- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... teas and 2 green teas. We drank so much tea that I got a little tea drunk! honestly I don't know what happened; I got spacey and the giggles! Whoops! All of the teas were good and all very different. I bought the one that was grown in the local providence, since I felt more of a connection to the area. Everyone there was ...
... and some weights. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but I haven't really worked out since last Wednesday. I will have to decide tomorrow if the working out was a stupid idea. We have a 3 hr flight tomorrow to Beijing, so if I tighten up and have leg cramps that is going to be miserable. Oh well!
We met up with Chanley, Stephanie's friend for lunch at metepsychosis. It is a great restaurant. We had ...
... This afternoon turned into a "clear" day for Chongqing and I was able to get a better picture from the apartment balcony.
I met another Ford family today. We hung out with Jody during the day and I met the rest of the family this evening. Their kids go to an international school and it sounds like they have some amazing opportunities. Their daughter is going to Barcelona and Prague this school year! ...
... provisions with you when you go on holiday. So a little tired when I finally made the hostel at 10am to once again find I couldn't check in, this time until 2pm. Luckily they had a vacant sofa in the common room so lay myself on that and slept for 4 hours. Chongqing is on the Yangtze river. A big city ( once again - about 4 or 5 million) and by the look of it still growing - like all the cities I have seen in China there are many, many, ...
... doing the backstroke. In the no longer living area there were ducks and chickens with their heads still in place though slightly broken, various innards, a few bugs, lots of feet and plenty of pig snouts, some of which who still had their faces attached. The next day Sunny gave us some directions to places to see in the city so off we went in the blistering heat. Our first stop was the old city which was a series of narrow alleyways and old wooden buildings selling ...