Lujiang Harborview Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pirate whose story I can't remember at the moment. There was also an incredible collection of about 5 Swiss-looking cottages overlooking the water. Something called the Haoyue Holiday Club or something like that. Below the statue was another zigzag bridge out over the water with nice views over the harbor to Xiamen. At this point I had been walking around the hilly island for the better part of 5 hours so I grabbed a ferry back to Xiamen. Once again the ferry was a mob scene. I ...
... Not my proudest moment. I definitely need to learn Mandarin. Had Dim Sum for dinner. Working on readjusting some plans for later in the trip since I received notice of a canceled flight. Tomorrow I'm going to the Island of Gulangyu, which should be ...
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And sometimes, that's good. Sometimes we capture that essence to enjoy for years to come. But I've found that most times, we ...
... me in the eye and said "Well that's a man's field, and it's just not proper for a woman to study such a masculine thing. I mean, you wouldn't really want to become the President right?" The other students in the group looked nervous and shifted back and forth, but luckily the international crisis was adverted on this occasion. "Well I mean, I wouldn't really mind" I said with a laugh, as I quickly maneuvered the conversation out of anything threatening to ...