Golden Dragon Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Photograph after photograph lay in wake as alluring and beautiful scenery greets us at every bend. We make for the villages and return content. It's been a good day, we conclude. Good times all around and a feeling of ecstasy from the surrounding landscape, we take one last glimpse of Dragon's backbone and make for the bus. Time to move on. And we do.
... beers with Bill, now my drinking buddy. Bill and Sarah are from Nottingham. Bill quit the bank in 2001, and after a few other jobs is now a golf club manager, and loves it. Sarah, also ex bank now trades shares, the fruits of which paid there trip away. Anyway back to the night out. The cormorant fishing was an experience, whilst interesting I got bored quickly. I was actually cheering on the birds when they caught a fish small enough to fit ...
... They smoke
everywhere, from restaraunts to when they are squatting in public toilets
(there are very few proper toilets, most are holes in the floor). After
arriving through security, we discovered the airline we were flying with was a
sky partner with Delta. Being frequent flyers you can imagine our excitement in
that we would be accruing miles towards renewing our silver medallion
membership. It also means on our next two flights well be put on ...
... and delighted to do it and she was incredibly friendly, but it felt intrusive even though (we learned afterwards) this was her income. Minnie didn't want to leave and the kids loved exploring its nooks and crannies. The resemblance to alpine living was noticeable. Downstairs was stone built and housed animals, wood and food while upstairs were the wooden structures for the family. In the rectangular central room were two centre fires at either end with chimneys directly ...
... 8211; we saw a woman wandering down Ghost Street at 9pm walking her dog in a lovely Snoopy ensemble. We have now seen people wearing all sorts of fluffy onesies on their way out into town that we have realised that this is a national thing. On reflection – it isn’t much different to the Western world’s adoption of the traditional Australian/Kiwi night-time slipper – the Ugg boot.