Weishang Qiyun Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Qiang and explained that she had took Qiang herself to Chuzhou. That was also the reason why Qiang was transferred to Chuzhou. Even though we'd driven an extra hour to see the gate of his finding place, it was well worth it. This was Qiang's 'roots'. On the long way back we had a great deal of time to let the events of today sink in. The children were very tired and eventually fell asleep in our arms. Again an impressive day. Tomorrow..another quite day....
... After a short stroll through the main "high street" wediscovered a Starbucks... A good cup of coffee was something we needed! We werejust in time. The dark clouds that were hovering above us all day finallyopened up. It was bucketing down. After the coffee we've decided to head back to the hotel. At night we enjoyed the western kitchen... KFC actually.... We wanted to be back on time. Especiallyfor Caitlin, as she needed a good night sleep. Tomorrow morning, at a ...
... Tanggo is offering to walk up more to see another stunning view but no one is interested at this point so we take a bus to go down to our cars. A little bit more driving towards Maan Shan and we check in to a hotel at around 6 pm. Today dinner is provided by the organizer. All activities are finished by 8.30 pm and we head to our rooms to rest and recharge the batteries to continue the journey.
... village in Anhui province. All the houses in the village are in a very good condition. And it feels like a dream. We saw many artists doing painting and stone craft. At 7 pm we were already back in the hotel and after dinner I helped the friends with the flat tire. Luckily we fix it fast, just 45 minutes. Time is running so fast. At 11.30 pm I go to bed as usual.
The end of the school year was always a slow death, however as a student you were forced to attend, and once the weather truly got hot in Minnesota you knew it was about time to get out of Dodge. Here at my current school in China, where the school year lasts until mid-July and they give random, chaotic "holidays" intermingled with 12-14 day work periods, the end of the school year as a teacher is pure hell. You have two extremes ...