Schengen International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... by the Soviet Red Army's tremendous drain on East Germany's industrial production. The equipment was transported directly through the Soviet Union via the Trans-Siberian railway, and a 15 km track of railroad between Beijing Railway Station and Dongjiao Station ...
... things like fireworks, the Chinese however don't seem all that concerned about such issues. Firecrackers are set off all over the place in the middle of the streets, flying everywhere and hitting you. The guys at the hostel we stayed at would light them and then half jump back, but not before getting hit or standing on one that hadn’t quite go off. Then there were the sparklers that involved a guy causally walking around with a blow torch to light them for ...
... when going away as part of a relationship duo, motorbikes (of course), the beautiful and magnificent Cameron Jones, family etc etc. Anyone who knows me knows that I loath the UK with a passion and that there is next to nothing that I miss from there at all but James reminded me just how much I love and miss men wearing Tweed jackets and brogue shoes.
one of the highlights of my day was sitting opposite a young man on the train who had the same eyes and smile as BY Lee ;-)
My first time bargaining. Got ripped off, but oh well. It was a great learning experience on how to bargain better.
This morning, I had to get some paperwork straighten out. Following that, Nick brought me dumplings and a drink for lunch. He was very nice to do so.
As I was returning to my room, I ran into Karena, Sara, and Stephanie. They were planning to go to the Silk Market. I asked if I could come since I had nothing to do. They said yeah.
... and sunny it's very cloudy, smoggy actually, the temperature is still Mid 30's but extremely humid. You get damp (polite word for extremely sweaty) just walking along. We then visited a local tea shop and witnessed and took part in a tea ceremony with our host telling, showing and letting us taste 7 different types of tea. She beautifully prepared each one using different tea pots and preparations, the fruit tea and flower teas were ...