Taiyue Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... and several hundred schoolchildren. Pretty sure the children weren't part of the original design but they were fun to watch.
We headed back toward our neighborhood thru hutongs that were more posh than the one where we are staying. Quite lovely with a lot of intact Ming and Qing architect.
Off to the train station which defies description. Hordes upon hordes of people. First challenge was getting through security where people just piled over ...
... revere the dragon, with its slim body, large head and good qualities, unlike Europeans, whose dragons tended to be fearsome creatures. Large red chinese lanterns added further colour to the surroundings with many hanging from branches of trees lining the long boulevard leading to the temple. We really got a chance to get an impression on local life, with people young and old keeping fit, playing ...
... for dinner. We had so much food! There was shredded pork, pears soaked in honey and red wine, chicken, shrimp, a salad with flower petals, lotus root, broccoli, duck and biscuits with sauce, yogurt and honey, chicken and walnuts, and a dough filled with a fig/chocolate like filling. During the last parts of dinner we were entertained with a really unique show. We got to see a couple different types of dances, heard some singing, ...
... wait very long in lines for the rides. The best time to go on the rides is when the wave pool is in action because this is when all of the Chinese people have migrated to this pool that is set on a fake beach, with sand and everything, and all of the rides a free. We watched the wave pool from the top of one of the rides and it produces a tiny little wave of about half a meter every two minutes or so, the Chinese love it though. ...
... One home room teacher had already talked about Remembrance Day in home room. Other teachers were discussing the day in their classes, and these students saw the teachers and 50 students wearing poppies at 3:30. I visited the grade three class I give ms. Jordana (a fellow Canadian) her poppy. The kids were instantly engaged and wanted to know more. Jordana turned it into a teachable moment and asked the primary art teacher if they could do a poppy related project for the class, ...