Oriental Culture Hotel
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... music playing outside. This definitely was not where we intended to go. The staff ran up to the cab and said they had hookah so it seemed the wind had taken us to the right place. As we were walking into the restaurant we saw that the music was coming from some patrons sitting on the patio having a tasty jam session. The doors opened to the restaurant, and it was literally empty, there was not one person dining in this place. "We will sit outside", pulling up ...
... for lunch. Well there was a stampede. Ended up queuing in corridor for ages. Sat with a lovely young girl from Beijing and a blonde German who was living in HK. Flat green fields stretching to the horizon, touching blue mountain ranges. Had a lie down on my very hard bed. Air conditioning cranked up to cold caused James to find a jersey. Have seen shorn sheep in a pen, and two asses pulling s cart, and hardly any people either ? Are all the millions in the cities? ...
... year lease out of the deal, but the venue has been difficult, so a shopping mall and hotel are being considered to increase use of the stadium.
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This steel truss mobius torus is headquarters for China’s largest private broadcaster. 9 stories, 699,654 square feet, 180 ft high, with 3,800 unique glass panels on the exterior. The building houses the television studio, offices, restaurants and shops. ...
... used all those years ago for the emperors. It was a beautifully quiet place and an interesting walk around. There's a lake right next to the Palace, from which you can look down over it. I'm not sure, but it seems a bit like it's artificially made. At least a part of it. But it was nice. Again renting a little battery boat, one and a half hours were spent cruising up and down the lake, getting a completely unique view over the Palace. At one point we got a blind ...
... achieved the highest sales for the company year after year, so we both feel that we learn a lot from him and get introduced to lots of people.
Steve, the boss, flies in from Bangkok Sunday night & will be training us both when we start on Monday quite intensley for the next 3 weeks, lots to learn but very excited by it all.
Anyway, will say bye for now & hope you're all ok.
Tracy & Andy