Sino Trade Center Hotel
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Chinese Parks have a unique feel about them. Liuhua Park is in the middle of Guangzhou and is like an oasis. The park is quite picturesque set around a series of lakes with calming music being played thru out, but it is activities of the locals that is very fascinating. Local were dancing, exercising, playing games, singing etc. A common game being …
The train was meant to have arrived at Beijing at 8:30 AM but it was more like 11 AM which made Matt anxious as he now only had 75 minutes to catch the subway to Beijing South, pickup his prepaid ticket and catch the bullet train.
The central railway station is the older style sprawling building with lots of people and minimal signage. I …
... bit miserable. Julie and I were trying to give Zayne some medicine, and it was a disaster. He didn't want it, and when we could get some in his mouth, he spit it out. He was crying, screaming and it was not a good scene. Out of ideas, we called Jason for an assist and he came to our room. He spoke Chinese to Zayne for about 10 seconds, after which Zayne smiled widely, then opened his mouth and took the medicine with no problem. It was amazing. It was at that moment I ...
... of it. I had to wait 4 hours at the airport which consisted of Chinese shops, restaurants, smoking rooms. I approached a group of 3 young English people I recognised from the plane... Ended up in deep conversation with them and going out for a pizza in a Chinese restaurant- not bad! About to board the plane from China to Sydney and all I can think about is a hot shower, sun, food and a comfy bed. Oh and my parents lovely friends Chris and Christine who will be meeting me off the ...
Linda read that with our six hour layover we might be able to leave the airport and see a sight in the city. This would have let us count China on our list of places visited, but the airports construction, currency change, and figuring everything out with very tired kids proved to be overwhelming so we found some chairs in front of a two minute looping video and watched it a few hundred times. I saw ...