Parklane Chang'An International Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... out of possible food options in the park. So we started walking back. I wanted to go one way up the hill because we had come down a hill into the lake after we climbed up. The others wanted the flat way and ignored me when I said that we had come down to the lake so we should be going up to get out. For a while the walk was pretty flat and I was thinking I was wrong and then the sidewalk disappeared, the other people disappeared, and cars whipped ...
It was a pretty quiet weekend. Friday night I went to have sushi with Kai. Then I slept in Saturday morning and took it easy until 4 PM when I went out to meet another friend, Monique, for the Illumirun.
The Illumirun is a 5k run that advertised itself as a "Party On The Run". It featured glow in the dark paint that they threw on you at a few different stations. They also gave you a light up baton, light up glasses and a light up bracelet. ...
... in the captain's farewell dinner provided some internal challenges for me. And I was up and about quite a bit. But my experience is that I should simply keep going. That's the fastest way to recuperate. And I surely don't want to miss this dam. I do miss the opportunity to go inside the dam. Long ago Sisi and I wanted to see how far north we could go in Quebec. It's a great story but too long for now. Suffice it to say we stranded in the taiga, in an indian village, at ...
... safe. If I had some space food I could have believed I was orbiting the Earth but I only had a snickers. Me and Ben have been with each other 24/7 for over a month so it's fair to say this small break was probably what we both needed. I settled into my pod, drew up the covers around me and gave a sigh of contentment. 'Ping!' went my phone. Ben Martin: heyyyy what you ...
... cooled down to a chilly 98 degrees with a real feel of 104, and 90% humidity. Practically winter..... But we made it. And many hours of paperwork later, the apartment was ours!! The night ended with our new owner proudly taking pictures with me and teaching me my new address in Chinese. I'm embarrassed to admit how long it took me to learn it.... But luckily. Time was on our side. Everything in China takes a special amount of time.... Home sweet ...