Country Garden Phoenix Hotel Taishan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... village was not marked very well, because somehow, I ended up back on the highway and walked all the way there with speeding trucks and tourist buses passing me the whole way. Later when I got there, I saw the end of the path I should have taken and it probably would have been really nice. Oops.
It was really hot and the whole time I was asking myself "This is seriously torture. Why do I do this to myself?" But then I forget these ...
Will and I spent the day in Tianjin Fireign Language School with Bruce Cooper, the lovely Centre Principal. We delivered a workshop on Reading Strategies and Promoting Oral Communication in the afternoon, and then Bruce and Bill, the lovely English and History, took ...
... Diaolou is the most scenic and the best kept. Also the most touristy. However the interiors are a bit less interesting than the one in the Lin Villa.
4) Li Garden. Nothing special. I think they tried to reproduced the garden in Suzhou but didn’t get any close.
5) Chikan. The town (where my hostel was) must have been gorgeous when all the building where new. They have cinema studios here and you can visit them so I had a quick look ...
... private room, and he had obviously called ahead to order the food. On the table was a roast chicken and in the middle of the table was a large wok filled with water. Mr. Guan opened Belgium beer and we had many toasts of "gombai" and Happy New Year. We started with roast chicken, which tasted sort of smoked. Then the waitress came in, started a flame under the ...
... of steak with sauce, vegetables, fruit tea, pizza, mashed potatoes and seaweed salad. Mr. Guan brought nice French bordeaux wine, which I'm sure is not easy to come by, and the waitress was pouring one sip at a time, and each time we would lift the glass to drink the sip, we would toast. (Good way to reduce the wine intake)! I'm not sure why she was pouring that way, but after a few times around, Mr. Guan convinced her to pour a full glass. The fruit tea was unique to this ...