Meihua Goldentang International Hotel
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... read my kindle for a while and then semi drifted off. This drift-off however was brutally interrupted when a new comer came in at 1.20am. Fine- just next time be quieter about it. But oh no, he didn't stop there. Into the small dorm en-suite wet room he went unknowing that when he left it, it would never be the same again. One sudden bang, followed by odd noises sounding a little like broken glass floated out of the bathroom. We were all now wide awake. Then the ...
... to a gallery that has some history of the sites. We learned how to tell the different solder apart by their hairstyles, armor and pose. BoBo also told us about how the Archer I the only solder that was found complete where as the rest of them were damaged in the revolution and take an average of three to six months to put back together. Another short journey brought us to our restaurant where we ate ...
Today is a travel day for us. Mike our guide & driver picked us up at the hotel to bring us to the airport & help with check-in for the flight. It was nice to have someone who speaks Chinese, makes it so much easier and takes a lot of anxiety out of the equation. As we drove to the airport we did notice that air quality was not the same as it was the previous 2 days in Beijing. We did see on CNN during ...
... for the family. Sheryl kept going on about wanting to see the Pandas so we thought it would be nice to send her something small. It was raining by the time we left the post shop and luckily had our umbrella. We went for a walk and stopped at a little bakery to have an ice cream along the waking street, then we decided to have an early dinner before going to the airport, so we went to a Chinese restaurant. After tea we headed back to ...
... claim to 4 major inventions for mankind: paper making, printing, gun powder, and the compass.) One of the most amazing displays in the museum was of the hundreds of terra cotta servants that were found in this one guy's tomb. All of them there to serve him in the afterlife. The guy was a very wealthy man because he held the position of unix in the emperor's palace. This poor guy had his package cut off at the age of 6 or 7 so that he could ...