- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Sohar. Though my stomach could not keep up with the almost infinite stuffing of food, my brain and taste buds were continuously shouting for more.
2. Observing the seemingly endless marketplace at Calicut. The overwhelmingly vast array of products and merchants added onto my excitement, for there was a new item to admire no matter which way I turned my head.
3. Taking a trip on ...
... artwork. Though foreign merchants stuck to others of the same beliefs and origins, cultures intermingled as people of every ethnicity weaved in and out of the crowd, drawn to Canton's interesting and gorgeously constructed goods. Mosques scattered all over the city to accommodate for the growing population of Arab traders and the spread of Islam, yet they existed alongside the Buddhist stupas, a symbolism of the religious tolerance practiced despite the separation ...
... Tim and I are definitely not!) and he installed a VPN on our phones so we “should” be able to receive our mail, IF the Internet is working and that has been hit and miss this week. A VPN "tricks" the Internet into thinking we're living in the US. Another thing I’ve been struggling with a bit is our limited diet. Neither of us like the local Chinese food, and the smells since I’ve been sick seem to be stronger and less appealing. With ...
I needed more sleep so I booked a sleeper car to go back home. In the morning, I had no idea how to walk back to the metro station, so I hitched a ride with Rachelle, Lukasz and Fabiola's roommate (also from Ottawa) on a motor taxi. I had a few hours to get to the train station, so ...
... cross the boxes of the things you like and hand it back. I'm surprised at the level of enthusiasm among the Chinese members of the group (the others being two Dutch and myself) for chicken feet. Imagine "chicken feeeeet" being shouted in the same way a five-year-old might say "Disneyland!". I tried them, but I didn't get it. There is a real culture clash on the dining table. Things Europeans would shy away from, like fish heads and pigs' feet, become the delicacies. ...