- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Since it was China's birthday (Happy birthday!), we decided to get out of Beijing for a few days to start our travelling. However since everyone is off on the National Holiday and China has a 'big' population.., the trains were booked up and the only place we could get to was Tianjin. So off Me, Kevin, Charlotte, Colin, Mieke and Shona went.
Tianjin is only an hour away on the train but it still meant getting across Beijing at six o'clock ...
I joined the flying insects at dusk (& subsequently the bats) and a couple of hundred other people circling TaiFeng Park tonight.
I am living, for a few weeks, near the park. It is a great asset to the city with its open grassy areas – popular for flying kites – lakes, trees and sculptures. As the seasons change, so does the state of the vegetation in the park, as does the range of ...
... see his play area, his crib, and
his friends. It was so reassuring to see and know that his orphanage
was a good, clean, loving place to live. They had so much stuff for the
kids to do and even Hailey was jealous of the play area they got to
have. Jaden was great through the whole tour. He was quiet and very
content to hang out in Lorilee's arms.
we went back to the hotel to check in and then head to the grocery
... back that way again about 10 minutes later, having eaten, I stopped and asked the guy "多少钱 / DuōShǎoQián" ('door sh'ou che-an?') - "How much?". “五百 / WǔBǎi” (‘Woo buy’) he replied, Y500, about $NZ100 each.
Nope, not for ...
... until she saw G’s cash coming. Was that her wages for the day or the tip? She has been working here for 2.5 years and has no plan or dream … She also probably can’t play golf.
After the 18 holes at about 12 noon, we retired to the restaurant on the second floor in the clubhouse and enjoyed some mostly Korean food.
Our golf – comparable. I don’t know who won and I didn’t ask … OK, I’m just ...