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- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Babysitting service
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... quick. He speaks so much Chinese, that I feel language may be something that comes quick for him. We fly out tomorrow around lunchtime for Guangzhou, which is where we will do some paperwork and take our oath at the US consulate, get a physical for Zayne, and wrap up visa proceedings before we fly out next Friday. Basically just a travel day tomorrow, with not much else going on. We will be staying at the China Hotel, which I hear is 5-star like this one, so should be nice.
... on the news that there are three typhoons headed toward China. Hopefully we will not see too much of an impact from them. I also see that the Shanghai stock market has recently lost like 1/3 of its value. Probably will make for some depressed folks when we get to that stop of our trip. If we get into anything interesting tonight, I'll update again later, and if not, might just wait til tomorrow. -- Mick
... for the meals, he still puts it away. Julie and I are guessing maybe it is because he now gets to eat whenever, as opposed to a tight schedule. Vivian says this is typical, and not a problem. He hasn't had any issues. Julie did buy him his own set of kids chopsticks today, as the adult ones are a bit long for him.
Julie gave him another bath today, which he really likes, and then I put him to bed while ...
... passport should be ready in a couple days. It wasn't bad time-wise, maybe 2.5 hours in the morn, and again in afternoon. Us and another family (the PA. crew - Mom/Dad and their two adopted 2-year old boys) made a Wal-Mart run before dinner. We basically needed shoes for Zayne, as what we had were all too big, and they just needed a few items. I couldn't talk anyone into buying one of the hanging chickens for dinner, so ...
... the stairs with 3 boys, one of whom was our Zayne. We recognized him immediately. Little Z made it so easy on us right from the jump. I picked him up, he smiled at me and then gave Zackery a kiss on the cheek. Fairly unbelievable, and quite an amazing moment. Julie got to hold him next, and then we took turns being ushered through the confusion to sign some paperwork. Zayne went right for the small toy area and ...