- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a low-key date night there. We found the city to be vibrant, with groups of dancers near the central waterway, dancing to either modern or traditional music. On a Tuesday night, people were out and about, enjoying the cool weather and well-lit city full of restaurants, bars, and lively atmosphere.
Catherine and Sam decided to get haircuts, and reportedly received the best head massages with their shampoo that they've ever had. Oddly, these came with a ...
... near the entrance gate. They are absolutely gorgeous! We continued our walk and came upon a KFC. Let me be the first to tell you...Chinese KFC blows American KFC out of the water. It has a nice spice to it, and it is so much more flavorful than what we get back home. Jeremy continued his tourist photo taking, and took over 90 photos during our 60 minute walk. MANY photos to post on Facebook when we get back. It's time for bed. Early morning tomorrow. Have a great weekend! C & ...
... is cloudy, smoggy, and rainy because that minimizes the risk of getting darker from the sun.
We were reminded this week that what is paradise for one could be the opposite for another (I guess that is why the Vancouver rain does not hinder the migration of Chinese). We hope you have found your paradise and be reminded that the grass is NOT greener on the other side – somebody just peed ...
... gadgets, CDs, SIM cards and mobile phones, most of them fake was simply phenomenal. At that moment Dasha was getting hungrier and the only thing the neighborhood offered was silicon for appetizers, entrée and deserts. Finally we walked away, found a noodle shop, had some soup and got on a taxi to the Tibetan quarter. We were driven past the statue of the Chairman Mao and Sasha’s dream of seeing that awe-inspiring monument came true.
On arrival to the ...
... We were allowed to buy the watermelon. Have no idea what was going on with pineapple. We were then coming up with all sorts of ideas. Maybe pineapple is illegal in China, or only for locals, or she wanted it for herself... No idea! But we concluded that you aren't allowed to buy pineapple on moving trains, they are for display purposes only!!!
We also had a man go by selling weird and wonderful things. One was an instrument type thing that is used in ancient ...