Mudu Lee Royal International Hotel
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After a morning in the office catching up with the team we headed off for Shanghai domestic airport to fly to the city of Zhengzhou which is to the west of Beijing about an hour and a half away. We were going there to visit a supplier who we have been making contact with over the last six months to see if we can find components we could source. The …
... we would make our own noodles. Recently though due to all the building going on the government has bought the villagers' land and most of them have now moved to live in apartments in the city. So lunch was at restaurant our guide selected, and although it was pretty spartan inside and we got stared at by the locals the food was excellent. Back on the road again and after navigating another set of road works we came to the Tai Chi museum. The museum is surrounded by a ...
... are some 90,000 kids in boarding schools here learning those skills! The kids might start as early as 3 (Yikes!) but more normally around 6, but spend 11 months of the year here, going home only for one month at New Year. They have regular schooling in the morning till around 1, then lunch, then spend the afternoon practicing the Kung Fu moves. We went to one school of 10,000, and were treated to an incredible demonstration of the skills. Most of ...
... to be surrounded by people and know that I cannot carry on a real conversation with any of them. Obviously, this has been a frustrating occurrence since arriving in China. The only saving grace about being in this exact coffee shop and not speaking Chinese is that everyone here knows I don't speak Chinese, and, unlike so many people on the street, don't try to strike up random conversations with me in rapid fire Chinese.
I feel like I am ...
We got off to another early start today, leaving the hotel in Guangzhou at 0530hrs. Once again we got a crazy cab driver driving what looked like a London Cab, plenty of room for us and the bags. He managed to drive too fast in the rain and talk on his mobile phone and his 2 way radio. Anyway we arrived in one piece. We had some breakfast at the airport after checking our bags through. My Bags weight came down to around 14 kgs after I offloaded ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMudu Lee Royal International Hotel Luoyang
Fabulous rooms and great breakfast could use better wifi
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