- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... about tinder--hahaha. I told him he could also broaden his search since gay marriage is now legal in the US. His response was "i dont like gay why did you say this?" Huh, maybe because if you're suggesting a sham marriage, it doesn't matter who it is anyway? When I went to preview this entry, I saw that this paragraph ends up being next to me taking my basket for a walk through the grocery store. Yup. I'm totally an adult who is marriage material. hahaha *sarcasm*
... the Yangtze for quite a few years now but the staff was friendly and helpful, the food was very good and we enjoyed the trip!
The first tour was to visit the 'Ghost City' of Fengdu. It was believed by most Chinese Buddhists that after death, all souls have to go to Fengdu to be judged. A Taoism and Buddhist Temples were both atop the 750 steps we climbed. The temples we visited are reconstructions after the ...
... the dam. The last day of the cruise was a shore visit to the dam (in the rain). Bit disappointing as all we got to see was the dam from a vantage point next to it ( in the mist and rain). I though we were having a bit of a tour of the dam, but no. Off limits. In fact the whole dam site is off limits. Its controlled by the military and only tours with passes can even get to the vantage point to see it. The dam was built between 1995 and 2009. It backs ...
As Kathy pointed out days ago, in retirement, Mac has enjoyed a leisurely 10 or 11 am start to most days so this morning's 5.30 am wake-up call was more like his bedtime during any northern hemisphere sporting event! But we were ready right on the dot of 6.15 am when the porter knocked at the door to take the luggage to our car (the new bag has worked a treat).
Jenny and Mr Shin were ready with smiles and a packed breakfast and the trek to the early morning flight began. ...
... I should have brought a suitcase and I may ditch the backpack if I find one that I really like at a great price. The next few weeks are where I think this backpack will shine. Stay tuned! So... Yichang. A quick addition to our trek on our way to Chengdu and a fun time overall. Such a different feel in these so called "small towns" of China. Now it's back to the big city life as we board a 17 hour train to Chengdu in the Sichuan province! Next: Pandas and perhaps ...