- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... efficient and kept the line moving. It took me about ten minutes to get my mug.The employees all speak English, some better than others, which makes it easy to order for Americans.The downstairs and upstairs were filled with people. I'd say Starbucks is going to do well in Liuzhou. Patrick 2, Belinda, Lewis and Abby stopped by to say goodbye to us. Abby is as cute as can be and gave Gene and I hugs and kisses. Jenny took us to a hot pot restaurant ...
... snacks which he offered us along with fruit.
After we had been there for about a half an hour, we heard a knock on the door and another man walked in and his name also turns out to be Mr. Bear.(no relation) Mr Bear I suggested to Mr. Bear II that they do a duet. It was at this time that I began wondering what Mr. Bear II played since he brought nothing with him. Mr. Bear I started to play his violin as I looked at Mr. Bear II, who puckered up and began to whistle. He ...
... example of this. I start my last lesson this week. I decided to do the presentation that I made over the summer, 'All About Me'. In this presentation I talk about grade schools in America , what subjects I took and what activities I participated in. I do the same for high school. Then I talk a little about my career as a teacher. There will be about 15 minutes at the end for the students to tell me about their primary, middle school and high ...
... name is 'Glasses Taste'. Jenny never did find out the meaning of this. She thought it must be the owner's name. So Jenny looked the menu over and ordered three dishes. We ate Glasses Vegetable Soup (no glass in it), sweet and sour eggs and garlic clamshells. Every dish was delicious. The soup had sweet potato noodles and vegetables in a slightly sour broth. It was very good and I especially liked the noodles. As we were walking to the hairdresser we ...
I started a new lesson today. I am talking about my trip to the Masai village in Kenya. The students are very interested in how the Masai live. About midway through the lesson I told the class that one of the ingredients for making their homes was cow dung. One girl ask me what cow dung was. I thought how am I going to explain this. I am certainly not going to do charades. Finally, one girl looked it up and yelled out "cow ****". Problem solved, we moved on.
The student are ...