- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... that felt a little more “talent show” like, including one where we saw a performer who was very obviously a man in drag singing a ladies love song, which was quite the sight to see especially in such a conservative country not really known for embracing that kind of counterculture.
In addition to the singing and dancing we came across another very popular corner of the park that we had heard about in other parts of China but hadn’t had ...
... after viewing the menus of several stalls she decided to try one stall that sold a bowl of spicy noodles - By the look on her face she loved them. She said they left such a good flavor on her lips and in mouth. No lipstick necessary - LOL.
After Jingli we checked into our hotel had dinner and prepared for our big upcoming day with Panda's.
... next to the town dump, which didn’t
leave us with high expectations about our accommodation, but it turned out to
be not too bad. Right before we went to bed, Joel and I heard a yelp coming
from the bathroom. We had assumed that Jason had fallen over on the slick
floor, but he had actually managed to electrocute himself. The lamp had fallen
off of the wall, which he caught and tried to put back up only to realize that
the lamp was attached ...
... for the people as opposed to the elite. When we sat down there were cups in front if us with tea leaves and a bowl of peanuts. We were offered massages for 50 rmb while we waited for the show, but we decided against it. Another man came around with a teapot with a long spout (about a foot and a half) and poured boiling water into our cups. This was the famous kung fu tea. They didn't even spill a drop! The show opened with an operatic act of the Chinese version of ...
... I can empathize, I didn't want visitors when I was pregnant either. It ended up as a great morning, and we got lots of photos (see below).
Returned to the hotel where we grabbed a light lunch at a nearby coffee shop, had a brief break to rest and clean up, then went back out again to the T-Zone, a youth center a short walk from the hotel. DOT had scheduled a community service event for us there, and we got to speak before a very large group of ...