Jinmanlou Mingzhu International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... drink the beer together. But again wrongly assumed.... both were for him. And there he was with 1.2 litre beer ...
An extensive lunch was served, with a variety of delicious dishes. In China, food is really shared with each other. All the dishes are placed on the rotating turntable in the middle of the table. Unlike our culture where everything is served on your own plate. You only pick up a mouthful each time the dish passes bye. And, of course ...
... After a short stroll through the main "high street" wediscovered a Starbucks... A good cup of coffee was something we needed! We werejust in time. The dark clouds that were hovering above us all day finallyopened up. It was bucketing down. After the coffee we've decided to head back to the hotel. At night we enjoyed the western kitchen... KFC actually.... We wanted to be back on time. Especiallyfor Caitlin, as she needed a good night sleep. Tomorrow morning, at a ...
We start rolling at 7 am heading to Huang Shan Mountain by bus. We take a cable car to go up and do some hiking. The view is really nice but clouds are always following our group so we have to wait until the clouds clear up. It is really tiring to climb up the stairs. After getting half way we stop for lunch in a hotel on the top of the mountain. Then we continue climbing up to the cable car station. ...
After a good night rest in a luxurious hotel with clean rooms, good shower and cool air con, we wake up as usual at 6 am, take breakfast at 7 and start rolling at 8. Today plan is to drive almost 500 km and after lunch we stop by a tea shop at Chie Men in Anhui Province. We spend there about an hour testing a huge variety of teas. Then we continue to Yie Xian to see ...
... is something I experienced as a mid-level manager in the past, the expectation upon you to maintain discipline and order, but absolutely no power from above to do so. In fact, here I am regularly undercut in my attempts to control kids and discipline them by the very administration that requires I keep things interesting when they want me to. A case in point was with one particular class and one particular head teacher in which one ...