Jinjiang International Hotel
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... in the Lido dining room for breakfast. This is not unusual when entering a Communist country. Bureaucratic foot dragging is common.
Barbara and I and friends soon were on a shuttle headed for the AEON shopping mall in Tanggu. Though the day was sunny and the skies were clear, a bit of wind chilled the temperatures much below the forecasted 57 degrees. Upon getting "cleared by the one official, we trekked across this two football size pier to ...
I'll be frank. Tangshan was always going to be difficult. I had very little knowledge of the EcoCity there expect that it was a cooperation between the Tangshan Government and the Swedish government. I also knew that it was a coastal development which had sustainable transport as a key priority. Oh, and that it was good.
But I had no luck with getting a contact there, and that was a big problem. I tried the Tangshan government as well as a Swedish urban ...
... am so tired and in need of a foot massage, BADLY!!! Today was a fruitful and feet torturing endeavor. Went to the Earthquake Museum and memorial park and ended my travels in Tangshan with a visit to the Phoenix Park.
I remembered a Chinese friend of Manchu ancestry from Tangshan once told me. "After the quake, people were using their bare hands to dig for their love ones under the rubble, all searching for ...
... hr and I can't stay in the hotel I booked the previous day because I am 外宾 (outside guest)
OMG 8: OMG, finally a hotel that will take 外宾 (outside guest) and OMG there is a MacDonalds next door
OMG 9: OMG, the room I will be spending this evening has an eerie feeling, was there someone who di..... here. Oh no, I heard my neighbors talking loudly so I ain't alone
OMG 10: OMG, I survived my first day ...
After one final argument with Rikki we decided enough was enough. We found ourselves packing our bags in the middle of the night ready to flee in the morning. It's a shame that we leave Tangshan on bad terms but hopefully we won't leave china feeling that way. To stop all future arguments we may have with our school we are leaving for a city called ...