King Hall Hotel
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... slightly shorter, we stayed. After about an hour and a half we were on the Eye with a great view of the city. Sadly it seemed to only last for 20 minutes.
Afterwards we visited a nearby Buddhist temple which seemed to have a strange obsession with Guan Yu. In the temple I got kicked out of one of the rooms for wondering down the wrong corridor.
Afterward we made our back to the hostel to grab out stuff for heading back to Beijing.
... clips with me to count. Every time I went past the dancing I moved another clip meaning I didn’t have to count & remember.
Those that ‘joined’ me around the park were running (one backwards), walking, scootering, pushing wheelchairs with elderly people on them & cycling.
And me, with no sweat? Well, actually, I was testing my electric bike. There had been some doubt ...
... What a
great feeling that was. Then the screaming ensued. The caregiver stayed
for several minutes as Lorilee asked all the important questions
regarding routine and food. Poor Jaden could hear the sound of his
caregiver's voice but wasn't able to go to her. After we got all of our
questions answered we were able to have a tour of the orphanage. It was
really special to see the place Jaden has spent the first 20 months of
his life. We ...
... it away, no valet … (huh?), we went inside & checked in, then to the locker room "Locker The Room" on the sign. I had no golf shoes to change into or golf clothes so I just left my bag in the locker & took my drink bottle with me, out the back of the 'clubhouse' where there were heaps of caddies, lots of two-bag trundlers. They tried to talk G into a golf cart but he wanted to walk, and so off we went with our caddie. Actually, it looked ...
... what it was like. Once it hits nine, they turn all the lights down and play the music really loud. At most coffee shops/ bars here in China they play almost entirely if not all their music in English. They also only play one playlist over and over again and it is all music that was popular several years before. On the radio here, as well as on the tv music channels, there is a lot of English music, English is being incorporated into their everyday ...