- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 ...
... pot. The hot pot was full of a lamb stew type soup. As the evening went on we added ingredients to it. When they were cooked, you scooped them out and ate them.
Feng has some really nice friends. He invited three of his colleagues and their wives, from Liu Gong, to join us for dinner. They all spoke English so it was fun to get to talk to all of them. The highlight of the evening, for me, was Feng's daughter Suzie. She is about a year and a half old and just as ...
... ping pong balls. They have three different flavors: sesame, blueberry and sweet potato. They were quite good. That is really kind of Jenny to make us breakfast and now we have Truely joining in. They are good friends.
Jenny always seems to be in a good mood. She picks up other people's spirits. She always has a funny story or two to tell and is able to make everyone laugh. She gets very animated ...
... and then it was time to go. There are 39 students in Dora's kindergarten class, with one teacher and two assistants. There is a nutritionist on staff to make sure the students are eating healthy foods. Lunch was brought to the classroom in a warming oven of sorts, and after this they take naps in little beds. The two principals walked us through the rest of the school. I was very impressed and feel like the students are having so much fun, they don't even realize how much they are ...
... on you. So our day did not start out exactly as we planned it. When we got into town there were stores that had outside displays of items for sale. Jenny was looking at some carry on luggage for her daughter Mindy to take to America when she comes in February. Jenny is coming too, along with two other teachers and ten other students. They will stay with host families from LaSalle and visit LaSalle, Roger Bacon, Seven hills and Wyoming. Jenny didn't find ...