King Hall Hotel
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... the staff mostly without the use of an interpretator, we decided Table Football. Eventually the manager showed an secured us a room for the night.
Once we dumped our bags we began our exploration of the city.
Not far from the hostel was a wee market which seemed that every stall was selling the exact same thing. After a while exploring and receiving some interesting 'compliments' from a shopowner, we decided to make our way to ...
... on the distance it would travel on one charge of its battery. So I had charged it up and set off, continuing in a pretty boring sort of manner at 21 km/h for the 11 revolutions.
I wonder how many people wondered about the foreigner going past every 3 minutes or so …
(I have taken the pictures over the last 3 years. Consequently all four seasons could be represented, not just summer as it is ...
... has 1322 people and 3 separate sections and 161 skus, confectionery (wafer baking for sharky which is like blue riband, polos, fruit pastilles) Ice cream (cones, ice cream tubs, ice lollies, ice cream cubes 46 skus including an ice cream that has a peelable jelly layer and inner banana flavor - surprisingly nice) and Cereal. The city where we are living is called Tianjin and has 12.9 million people and is the 4th largest in China. It looks like from the initial data ...
... now. I am so looking forward to the vacation. My plan for Bangkok are the nightlife things I missed out on last year as I was alone. So that includes Muay tai fights, night markets and other unmentionable sports that involve pingpong balls, but no net or table. Oh. Literally got told three times to turn my phone off... Stupid airplane rules. Tell me how the iPad on is different than the iPhone on in airplane mode? Once ...
... it feel as if you're walking through a Kungfu movie.
At the northern part of the city, you can see other Western architecture, a legacy from the Italians.
Have you tried having tea served like ...