Jinjiang Grand Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... China has spent at least a billion dollars in port infrastructure. An entirely new terminal complete with an eight lane highway was constructed to the nearest city; Tanggu. Upon arrival, it took some time for the port officials to clear the ship so guests could depart on their overnight trips into Beijing. This process was additionally hampered as only one official was present on the pier to check everyone’s papers. The rest of the port officials ...
So while on the fast train I called, and got an answer! But someone called "No English" answered. Actually I think he may have been taking his kids to school. So I decided to give NoEnglish half an hour more to get to work, and called again. This time he answered, and gave his phone to another man called "A little English", who put the phone on to a girl who had good English. Bingo!
Within 15 minutes I'd explained the situation, and ...
I picture myself in such moments, when I see my love one draw their last breath in my arms or the home which I have built for the last 30 years crumble in a moment of seconds. And if such moments will come, what can I do or rather what will I do? And before that moment, if ever, arrives, let's be thankful with what we already have, whether its a 2nd hand car, an old bike or hand me down clothes ...
Me: I want the cheapest route to Tangshan,
Grumpy ticket seller: 26.50RMB
Grumpy ticket seller: 26.50RMB!
I give her the money and thought to myself, OMG, thats even cheaper then me travelling from the Film Academy to Sanlitun by cab in Beijing.
Settling well in Tangshan after many OMG moments. I'll break it down to the following:
OMG 1: OMG, why did I have to choose the day when its ...
... come back. Where are we now? Well right now I am writing this is a smelly, sweaty train station ticket office looking after our bags while Oliver is somewhere in the sea of people trying to buy us a one way ticket to Tianjin. I have my fingers, toes and everything else crossed hoping we can get a ticket today. If not then I guess it's back to Tangshan we ...