Rui Hua Sheng Shangguan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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The kang is a traditional brick platform about 2 feet high. Attached to it, either directly or on the other side of a wall, was a brick stove. The flue zig zagged through the kang heating it. During the day everyone sat cross legged on it doing their work and at night everyone slept on it. Ours is covered with a thick felt pad, a piece of foam about 2" thick, a thick quilt, then a bottom sheet. We each have a buckwheat pillow and a duvet. ...
... see that by now rice has disappeared - maybe it will appear again when we get to Szechwan? Tea Cold! Xing Hua Cin beer, 3% (after twice trying to give me Budweiser,which I sent away) Walked 5 K, not bad on a travel day. Coal smoke getting thicker and more acrid on the way back to the hotel, so very pleased to close door and windows and put on the A/C. Reminded of the air in Stirling with all the coal fires, back in Bruce Street. Slept well on lovely, firm traditional bed ...
... jealousy or so) so whenever we see a woman working in an office or at a counter Gonzalo is the one who goes and talks to her. He usually tries to flirt with her a little bit which opens her mind and we can reach our goal much more easily. However, we learnt that it wasn´t possible to apply such a technique in China where girls seem to be happy to make contact with other girls, especially with foreign girls like me :) In the end I managed to purchase our train tickets and ...
... do soil your sheets? The situation is impossible. Another option is to take a hostel with no reviews but that really could open us a world of pain, although I'm sure I'd enjoy writing its first scathing review.
Just this week we've had the unspeakable hardship of booking accommodation in Thailand for the Christmas period. Avoid the chavs, avoid the hippies, avoid the upper class, avoid the tourist traps, avoid the over ...
... trade. I counted at least 5 bongo stores, several shops selling samurai swords and countless massage parlours! After the horrendous and contorted journey the group decided "we all need a massage!" So off we went for what was probably my strangest massage ever. We were all side by side, all asked for the same thing but got completely different experiences! Kristoffer was getting some judo chops, Matilda ...