Parklane Chang'An International Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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The weather has been unusually warm and dry since we’ve been back, although it is raining today. The days are reaching the high teens and 10 -12 degrees at night. Tim is still wearing shorts to school, but I’m wearing long pants and sweaters, so I think he’s going for bragging rights. We took a long walk in the big park yesterday which is about a 20 walk from our place. It was full of people enjoying the beautiful day ...
... an impression on me!
We flew back on New Year’s Day and it was a holiday for many people. Unfortunately, I got food poisoning from the hotel breakfast that morning. The good thing was that it didn’t hit hard until we were back in our apartment and then the next 24 hours were pretty miserable. I'm pretty much recovered now, although I'm avoiding the unique Chinese smells as much as possible. We've been to school ...
... We loved seeing clear blue skies with sun rays that will burn you.
Back in China, it didn’t take long for reality to set in – squat toilets at the airport and masses of people around. Our taxi ride from the train station to our apartment in Dongugan takes about 30 minutes and we hadn’t done it at night before. It’s quite impressive to see all the big buildings with interesting styles ...
... asked if they could bring in some “snacks” so we ended up with Korean sushi (no fish) for the class, a tiramisu (Brazilian mom) and a variety of candies and chocolates with a sea salt lemonade for each kid.
To celebrate making it to Christmas, Tim and I went for a “foot massage” after school yesterday. The place that was closed down for illegal activity beside the school has been renovated ...
... our respective cities. After this we made our way over to the hostel where we would be pitching up for the night (as Jacob lives on the remote outskirts of the city, it was easier to book a hostel than stay at his). Apart from school trips, this was the first time I stayed in a hostel. When we entered the room, it was clear that we weren't the first guests to check in. The room was full of various expensive equipment (cameras, laptops, skate boards et cetera). Our ...