Sheraton Tianjin Hotel
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... it. After that we decided to go back to the hostel.
That evening we decided to go to our first 'Chinese' club, which pretty much beats clubs back home. The club included dice games on the tables,massive handles of whisky and live performances. The only thing that seemed off-putting was that we were pretty much the only westerners there and it felt like a freak show with people watching us.
The next day we had to pack our stuff ...
... undertake there.
Right now, two of the most popular activities seem to be the regular nightly dancing in the north western corner of the park and circumnavigation by people looking to get fit, socialise with their friends & neighbours or just enjoy the cooler evening air outside.
So tonight I joined them. I went around the 2 km park parameter eleven times and I know it was eleven because I ...
... our guide and got see some of
Tianjin. It sure is a beautiful city and we really wished we could spend
some more time here. We like it more then Beijing. We got to visit a
water park (for its lakes and fountains not water slides and pools) and
found a small amusement park as well. The girls enjoyed some
much needed fun time and Jaden bonded with either Lorilee or I. He was a
trooper. The little man was taking it all in. Never cried once ...
It was golf today with G, a student at WSI, at the Aroma course, about 20 minutes south of TEDA.
The course was developed by a Korean group. Consequently there are a lot of Koreans and also Japanese playing here. There are also clocks when you check in – showing the time in Beijing, in Seoul, in Tokyo & New York.
As we arrived I saw that it looked like a hotel – stop car & take out golf bag, they ticket the bag ...
... squirty cream and runny jam (no knife obviously so you had to dip the scone into the jam!). It really was a totally minging tea. Thank goodness it only cost us 60RMB each. If the Russian lady hadn't been so lovely we probably would have complained. The Chinese generally have absolutely no comprehension of service.
We then got a taxi down to the big clock sitting on a huge roundabout by the River. We decided to go to the Tianjin Eye from there and got a ...