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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Chinese family. The food was great and after an evening catching up with everyone’s news and travels we went back to campus where Molly, Juliet, Thomas, Eric and I carried on chatting until the early hours of the morning.
On Wednesday morning we were up early to go to the Police station and collect our passports, finally no longer relying on 3 sheets of paper to prove my eligibility to be in China! After lunch in canteen 1, the ...
... then did some more shopping! There was a cool place where there was a huge mirror and the floor was made like a building. So when you did some moves on the floor, from the mirror it looked like you were hanging or walking on a straight up building! Shan tried that and she had great fun.
Then we went up the Revolving Restaurant. It was 468 meters high! The lift was super fast, it only took a ...
Miki and a driver met us to take us to two ancient water villages: Suzhou and Tongli, a trip of around 320 km.
Travelling there we were surprised to see so many trees and open countryside, something we didn't expect so close to a city of around 23 million people.
Tongli village is about 1000 years old and has many small canals crisscrossed with lovely curved stone or timber bridges. It is a peaceful place and still relatively untouched if you ...
... medium when the waitress asked if we wanted lean. I am pretty sure she saw my eyes saying... Bring on the fatty.. so it was a good compromise. Needless to say we made short order of the meal. It was delicious !! I am definitely going back and probably will use them to cater an event or two. Frankly if it was not only 2 days before Canada Day I would have set up a feast for the WeiGaoQiao Plant and office. We may ...
... afternoon classes though, and into the evening. Still I chose to ignore it mostly, perhaps ignoring it could make it go away, like the hiccups.
Wednesday morning I woke up feeling distinctly iffy so I snoozed a few times and went to school with no breakfast. One of the roads by the school is a particularly grimy one; with all kinds of smells and stuff getting thrown out into the streets, and the drainy-fishy-rotten smell was too much for my ...