Jinhangxian International Business Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... we were not being let in now we had very little chance of getting in before running out of time and needing to return before winter set in. Saddened and dismayed we retreated back to the border town and made plans to return to Italy without the silk and porcelain we had been expecting to take back we would have to chart a new route so that we may still bring some kind of profit from the trip.
... we have had. Started with some cold appetizers - two salads, one I would recognize and one I had no idea what was in it (greens and some other things) but delicious, some cold meat, some pickled radish, then a nice spinach soup, rice, several different dishes (chicken, beef, pork all with vegetables,) plus some just vegetable dishes, and then the duck with the pancakes and fixings. Yummy!
Then off to the hotel to pack our suitcases, which ...
... kept going into my face. I saw those white things yesterday when I was out shopping with Mike.
Right after my afternoon class, I ate something small for dinner. Then, I did homework in the basement lounge. Later, I went to the library. Andrea was sleeping on the couch (didn't have my camera on me). So funny.
Virginia showed up and she got dissed majorly by Haley.
Right after my evening class, I ...
... thing. Nuts. By the end we met up with a big group of English teachers who hailed from the southern US. We walked down the last half hour or so with them only to find out that the alpine slide we'd been looking forward to was closed because it'd been raining today. Bummer. Not only was the slide closed but the chairlift down to town had just closed too so with our legs severely wobbling we were about to head down the path under the lift. As we were about to go the ...
... grown in China before being offered several samples. I walked away with a huge box of Oolong Tea and got given a traditional Chinese tea "peeing boy" - a small terracotta boy who only pees when the water is hot enough for brewing Oolong Tea. Not quite sure how - or even if! - it works. That night I headed out for Peking Duck with a Swiss guy I met on the tour and then for drinks at the popular (and extremely kitschy!) Sanlitun Bar area of central ...