Lou Yuan Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The road to Changsha traversed some impressive country - lots of mountains, a few rivers and trees. We spent most of the day on relatively new freeways. There were few cars on the freeways however, so we could only assume that they were too expensive for the locals. Roadhouses along the way were also fairly new and clearly showed that the volume of traffic is expected to increase in the future. In one roadhouse, I've never seen so many toilets ...
So there I was, back from Changsha a few days, kicking back at school, when new incoming English teacher Tom let me know he had booked his flight from Perth, Australia and would be arriving Friday evening, 8/21. So, even though our HUSE FAO hadn't acknowledged my return from America, I shot her a message via QQ asking if she was going to meet Tom. She said she was too busy and couldn’t make it.
I can’t imagine landing in China for the ...
... indicator of direction (usually North)! So I took my best shot at a so named "west" exit, as I recalled there was a Carrefour supermarket that way. I found no Carrefour, onlu lots of construction, heat, noise and eventually was inside the NOVA shopping center. I went to the basement shopping area and worked my way up, seeing little of interest to me, but still quite enjoyed the air conditioning and window shopping. I remembered seeing a ...
... Policing is very different here: you rarely see guns or force... except the number of people in varying forms of police and security uniforms, and sometimes even the non-uniformed ones after they've apprehended someone. But again, the main police use of force here is in numbers, which is probably partly due to the great numbers available and maybe not the best of salaries. Vennie later told me that the police have been cracking down on cars using the bus lane and ...
... tread softly here and possibly unwisely, because I am in the PRC and every foreigner that comes here should know, you don’t open;y discuss the three T’s (except to agree with whatever anyone may say about them): Taiwan and Tibet are often spoken of as wonderful places to visit, but Tianmen isn’t mentioned at all publicly unless one wants the People’s Security forces knocking on one’s door.
But I digressed. I got ...