Jinke Grand Hotel
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... the people I love the most.And on my travels I get home sick a lot but not in the right definition of the word. I don't miss places, food, my local bakery, habits,....that much. Especially Chongqing , the city I stayed. To be honest I will not miss this place at all. It's a big smelly unhealthy city and every time I get on a airplane I am glad to go to another place, because I realize even more that every other place is better than this city.
But the ...
I want to make things clear about the way I live.
I think many people have the wrong image of how I am living.
"You are living the good life…" I am not denying it , but look at your own life and you are probably living the good life as well. It's just a choice you made for yourself HOW you want to spent your days that make you happy. And if you’re not: Change it!
Everyone who said I am living the good life ...
... they serve good German dishes and beer
But with ladies night you got free BOTTLES of red wine. Yes indeed, not glasses but bottles. So Lily took a bottle for the two of us... And it wasn't the last one. Outside there was a huge screen playing the world cup. It was Germany vs USA. But you had to have a reservation. Luckily Lily and I were invited to come sit at a table full of Germans. I tried to speak my best German I remembered from high school and I think with ...
... point, we pulled along shore so that the men could demonstrate a technique used in days gone by when the river was very shallow. This involved one of the men guiding the boat was a punt away from getting stuck on the bank, whilst the others ran along the bank, pulling the boat with a rope made of woven bamboo. Historically, these men would be naked accept for handwoven bamboo shoes as their clothing was too coarse and would rub. However, as synthetic materials have emerged, this is ...
... as I had hoped, but hanging out with Zach and Paul was fun. We had some beers and joked around before they had to run to their night class. John and I stuck around longer to take advantage of the unlimited beer. This restaurant is on the second floor and sits amongst a medley of shops, restaurants and KTV bars (personal karaoke rooms) that line walking street, an avenue whose name provides an apt description. After a couple beers we decided to go for a stroll on walking ...
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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