Sheraton Changsha Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... confirmed that things are busy in this area and that the best way to cross the road is by underground tunnel which can prove challenging when trying to find the correct exit. We were granted a little free time before sightseeing on our last day in Changsha so we walked around some shops before our tasty dumpling lunch. Our sightseeing higlight was Orange Island in the middle of the river. Everyone was on the island because of the holiday ...
So there I was, back from Changsha a few days, kicking back at school, when new incoming English teacher Tom let me know he had booked his flight from Perth, Australia and would be arriving Friday evening, 8/21. So, even though our HUSE FAO hadn't acknowledged my return from America, I shot her a message via QQ asking if she was going to meet Tom. She said she was too busy and couldn’t make it.
I can’t imagine landing in China for the ...
... indicator of direction (usually North)! So I took my best shot at a so named "west" exit, as I recalled there was a Carrefour supermarket that way. I found no Carrefour, onlu lots of construction, heat, noise and eventually was inside the NOVA shopping center. I went to the basement shopping area and worked my way up, seeing little of interest to me, but still quite enjoyed the air conditioning and window shopping. I remembered seeing a ...
... area they were using one just like I needed. I went back to the power strip area and this time there was a sales lady wanting to help. I indicated that I wanted her to follow me and showed her the power strip in the electronics department, then back to the store's power strip area. She quickly caught on, in a rather funny dismayed way, and we parted company. Then I saw a convenient clothes line, and since the one Ruth and I bought a few years ago is being used as ...
... tread softly here and possibly unwisely, because I am in the PRC and every foreigner that comes here should know, you don’t open;y discuss the three T’s (except to agree with whatever anyone may say about them): Taiwan and Tibet are often spoken of as wonderful places to visit, but Tianmen isn’t mentioned at all publicly unless one wants the People’s Security forces knocking on one’s door.
But I digressed. I got ...