Ramada Pearl Guangzhou
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... and, although I don’t know if I get great bargains, I feel I get fair value prices. I got a new purse (Chinese brand), a mini-speaker, a wallet, and sunglasses. Tim got a new pair of prescription Oakley sun glasses. They can test your eyes on the spot and have the prescription ready in 20 minutes! No need to be an optometrist here!
This week is our 20th wedding anniversary – yes, 20 years! So we’re going to Hong Kong for the ...
... will be on the shelf next season? I'm not talking Haut Coutour and the runways of Paris, Milan or London. I'm talking just regular shops or those little boutiques around the corner. Well this is were it all comes from. Some shops even claim to supply those infamous name brands we are all familiar with and have ready made samples available for viewing. One stall I come across had a brand from home. Canada ...
... milk tea for each student! A lot of kids (120 of them) signed up for a Kids Night Out after school that they paid to attend. Teachers handed out treat from their classrooms as the older kids brought them around in groups. Kids here don’t trick or treat because everyone lives in apartments. The school had brought in treats from the US (little chocolate bars) with a stern warning to the teachers NOT to eat the treats because they had been counted and ...
... saying we were all thankful none of us were alone. The drop off point was a rundown
fish harbor that must have been built before Chancellor Moa’s time. We quickly
found the nearest bus and decided to just head home. It took us roughly three
hours to get back.
The best part of the whole trip was the food we ate before
and after Guangzhou. We found a really good Chinese place on our way to the
metro and on our return, we stopped in ...
... arrive in Guangzhou by sea in 1514, establishing a monopoly on the external trade out of its harbor by 1517. They were later expelled from their settlements in Guangzhou (Cantão in Portuguese), but instead were granted use of Macau as a trade base with the city in 1557. They would keep a near monopoly on foreign trade in the region until the arrival of the Dutch in the early 17th century.
As a large comprehensive park, Yuexiu Park provides ...