Royal Tulip Carat Guangzhou

Address: NO. 388 Guǎngyuán Middle Rd, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510405, China | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on NO. 388 Guǎngyuán Middle Rd, Guangzhou, is near Shamian Island, Beijing Road Shopping District, Chimelong Water Park, and The Western Han Museum of the Nanyue King Mausoleum.
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          Travel Blogs from Guangzhou

          Poi lesson for Musical Director.

          A travel blog entry by 14nationalband on Sep 13, 2014

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          This evening's concert was most definitely the musical highlight of the tour. The Opera House as you will have seen in yesterday's post was beautiful and worthy of its significant reputation. The audiences here are clearly knowledgeable and responded in an unfailingly positive way to our programme.

          The acoustic in the Opera House is the most live that the band has played in, so much so that we had to move out of ...

          Fast trains, chickens and ducks

          A travel blog entry by 14nationalband on Sep 11, 2014

          2 comments, 22 photos

          Guangzhou is a truly ginormous city – the 6th largest in the world with a population of just under 14 million. The density of the apartment living is quite astounding and we feel like we are in the REAL madness of China now. The only cities in China bigger than this are Beijing and Shanghai at 24,000,000 and 21,000,000 respectively. To round out ‘Chinese
          Geography 101’, there are 101 cities in China that have a population ...

          School Begins and Other Life Dealings

          A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Sep 06, 2014

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          Following these last five days, I’ve now completed my first
          week of teaching. More overwhelming than I originally thought, I’ve still yet
          to settle down into my classes. I realize being thrown into the fire is
          the worst, but once the sizzle fades, I for one am more than eager to finally stand
          on my feet. Unfortunately, though, that currently is not the case.

          On Monday we had our first day of work with no classes. It

          First Week in China: Part II

          A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Aug 31, 2014

          2 comments, 2 photos

          ... is so different. I’ll start by saying American Chinese food is a far cry from real Chinese food. I’ll also go on record on how blessed I am that the food here in the south is mostly sea food and mild, whilst up north, describing the food as extremely spicy would be an understatement. The one occasion I did try some northern food, I thought I burned my kidneys to ash.

          More on the southern food, I am surprised how much vegetables people eat here. I feel ...

          First Week in China

          A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Aug 30, 2014

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          ... but it’s hard to pass on free food when you’re only making $1000 a month.

          In addition, I’ve been fortunate to meet some of my Chinese peers at school and play a little basketball with them. Very nice guys, and one of the evenings they invited me to dinner for some of the best fish I’ve ever had. In addition to sport, I’m unsure how this rumor started, but I’ve been touted as some sort of expert Soccer Trainer here at school. I’ve since ...