Hotel IBIS Tianjin Railway Station
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- Free parking
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Having finished 3 months of boredom and Chinese studying in Qingdao on the 23rd of December I hopped on a bullet train on Christmas eve to spend Christmas with my buds in Tianjin.
It was my first Christmas away from home but we all clubbed together and had a whale of a bloody time.
About 15 of us hired out ...
... the staff mostly without the use of an interpretator, we decided Table Football. Eventually the manager showed an secured us a room for the night.
Once we dumped our bags we began our exploration of the city.
Not far from the hostel was a wee market which seemed that every stall was selling the exact same thing. After a while exploring and receiving some interesting 'compliments' from a shopowner, we decided to make our way to ...
I joined the flying insects at dusk (& subsequently the bats) and a couple of hundred other people circling TaiFeng Park tonight.
I am living, for a few weeks, near the park. It is a great asset to the city with its open grassy areas – popular for flying kites – lakes, trees and sculptures. As the seasons change, so does the state of the vegetation in the park, as does the range of ...
... at school- I've made more friends. The exchange concerts, chatting to different people. One of the girls didn't want to let me go, she started crying and was hugging me. Hello to my bed- I want my bed back! Harry: I don't know..... Ahhhhhh..... (10 minutes later when asked again) Well... Doing the concerts in the schools were fun and also going to the Temple of Heaven was one of my highlights. Josh T: I found the architecture and rich history very interesting. ...
... it feel as if you're walking through a Kungfu movie.
At the northern part of the city, you can see other Western architecture, a legacy from the Italians.
Have you tried having tea served like ...