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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... looks for us when one of us is out of sight. On the top Floor of the hotel is a restaurant, where we dine and eat breakfast. Breakfast is buffet style. Occasionally whilst one of us is busy getting some food - preferably Western (noodles for breakfast is not really our cup of tea)...and one of us is out of sight ( especially Mommy ...), then is Qiang continously moving round in his chair looking for us. Of the few chinese words that ...
... may be due to the intense heat and humidity which is causing me to melt.
Soon it was time to catch the train to Xi'an, our next stop and home to the terra cotta soldiers.
The train station was bustling and we carried our carry ons for what seemed like hours but was actually about 20 minute walk) which were heavy due to the fact that all liquids, lotion, creams, etc. plus ALL valuables had to be carried in my carry which ...
Well, yesterday was a write off. After the big NYE celebrations, we just spent the whole day recovering (to be fair, one day off exploring and excitement was probably needed), watched DVDs and slept (thank you Laura!!). Today, after a cafe brekkie and a trip to the post office to send stuff home which proved pointless due to the extortionate cost, we hopped in a taxi to Sydney airport. No upgrades were to be had, no three seats, no leg ...
... much but the food was good. We sat with others at a large round table. Cannot believe how much the chinese eat. We ordered fried rice and a pork stir fry dish. More than enough. The others at the table ordered 4 to 5 main meals, and had so much left over. They did take it home so i suppose i see why they ordered so much.
Awoke to another no blue sky day, with some light rain falling. Dont have much planned today. ...
... I ask the guy how much and he says 10 or 20 Yuan, but I can't hear exactly which price over the noise of the clamouring market so I just give him the nod and the sign language for 1 serving. He passes me 6 dumpling and I pass him 10 Yuan. He's insistent that I owe more money so I assume he must have been saying 20 Y and I pass over my only other note, 100 Y (£10) expecting 90 Y change, to my surprise and increasing horror he keeps asking for more!?!? I know it can't be more ...