New City Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had to leave and go through security again, but I had plenty of time. When we boarded the plane, I actually got to be in the second group to board (only seniors and families boarded first). They had the back of the plane board first, so it was nice not wading through front-plane people who were still trying to get comfortable. The lady next to me was super nice. I had my laptop bag and my backpack, and she let me squeeze my backpack under her seat. ...
... of the chinese buffet and after a refreshing shower managed to get about seven hours sleep. My room was on the 20th floor so I was able to get a good view of the area around the hotel. Some places look better from on high, this wasn't one of them. It was a warm 30 degrees but the sun didn't appear through the heavy layer of smog ( probably industrial air pollution ) that lay over the place. The blocks ...
... It's not a supply problem its a demand problem. All the clothes shopping here is westerny fashiony ********. It's not high quality fabric. Chinese people are not looking for that, so it's not available to buy, or when it is, it's not as cheap as it should be.
Overall I think Guangzhou is my favorite city, it's more tropical here, feels like I'm back in Southeast Asia. The girls are more beautiful, and the men ...
... is in this area, many of which originating from South America and many other places around the world. He pointed out some wild spinach, he said you can eat this raw or cooked. So I put a leaf in my mouth he says, oh wait no that's not spinach that's poisonous! But I knew he was just jerkin me around. Best spinach I have ever had. My only regret of this day is that I did not take that whole plant with me. ...
... people. It is also an area that is steeped in history (much of which has been eradicated by modern development) as Canton (the Anglicised name for Guangzhou) has always been one of China's most important ports and one of its major windows on the world. It was the trade conflicts which focused on the city in the 19th century that led to the Opium Wars, the ceding of Hong Kong to ...