Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich
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Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
... signing just to get another bank card, what must be involved to get a loan or a mortgage?
China has made the most incredible advances over the past thirty years. In this time they have built more roads, railways and housing than the UK has done in the past one hundred and yet when it comes to simple banking procedures, they are still in the dark ages. Everyone in China complains about the banks. How China has achieved so much so quickly, I will never ...
... my hotel. It was mid morning and the full humid heat of
the day was bearing down. This was a time for lazing around, reading, sleeping,
playing cards or Chinese chess. Had I have come earlier I would have found the
people doing exercise, playing sport and probably singing too. I just love the
activities which take place in these parks, so full of life and human
interaction. The parks have many ...
... to try out some of the equipment. It was so humid I thought the place would be empty, but I was wrong-nearly every station was in use. Almost nobody was in athletic clothing either. I saw men in dress pants and women in flats and loafers! After an hour or so of exploring we were hot and tired and needed a bathroom break so we stopped at the first place we could find - Starbucks! The air conditioning was a blessed relief and the cold drinks oh so enticing!! We both got some kind ...
... exchanges we deduced the buffet some hotel guests get included in the room some don't. We didn't. 42¥ ( 6 yuan roughly equivalent to $1) and we had a Chinese breakfast buffet. I don't think they really do breakfast foods, the buffet consisted of broccoli, corn on the cob, sweet bread dumplings, some sort or black rice wrap square thing, vegetable dumplings, and.... rice. Day one in Guangzhou. With a notebook containing names of places, metro stops and brief directions to ...
... I still reckon the above reminds me of when I am in class and when one of the MANY students who needs glasses puts their fingers to the end of their eyes and lift the skin, I reckon that makes them look Super Chinese and I still reckon that if we did that anywhere in Australia we would be taken to court.
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