La Nice International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We now went off to Qianhai Lake in search of food, where we ended up having a long conversation with the family at the table next to us. There were definitely some interesting family dynamics going on between the son and step-father! After lunch our destination was the Nanluogu Xiang shopping street, however we did get a bit side-tracked by a stall selling amazing looking juices with dry ice in them. Obviously a bit over-excited we bought some ...
... all about this boy that took a journey to find himself. He studied the ways of the monk and become a warrior monk, in the end he ended up taking over from the master. It was really well done. Then we had dinner, it was actually quite nice. Then home to bed, where we got onto the Internet and sent a few emails off. I exchanged my 1380 Hong Kong dollars and got just under 900 yuan, which I thought was ok it turned out to be over the $150 ...
... line stops and the NIH with a woman in Ulaanbaatar. Today in the Erlian bus station we sat down and the girl next to us started speaking really good English and we found out that she had lived in Alexandria for three years. I like making connections to home in such foreign and faraway places. Well it's a little after 1 am and we're an hour outside Beijing. We're hoping we can find a taxi that we can communicate with well enough to get to a hostel and get some sleep ...
... in the first cubicle who was there for the duration! This was one of those moments when you need to move out of your comfort zone and think "when in China"! I stood in front of the doorway to give Aoife some privacy. Aoife blocked the door for me in a non-blocking dancing about kind of way! An 8 year old fidgeting around in a doorway doesn't really work! As we walked out of the Ladies we were greeted by laughter all round from our fellow McGahan's!
... but a little hard to fathom. Obvious things to note were lots and lots of people, everywhere!!! Rush hour on the tube lasted all day. Mind you it only cosy Y2 for any trip!!! It has a mix of Imperial must sees like the Forbidden City, some communist elements like Tiananmen Square (hilariously the plain clothes police still had to march off with the regular uniformed police at the end of their shift – very secretive!!) and then modern ...