Tianjin Golden Ocean Hotel
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... area of the city.
The shopping district was full of little trinket shops selling little Chinese souveniers and even Candy floss! After a while we decided to get something to eat so we found an overpriced resturant (for Chinese prices) and ordered something blind off the menu as none of us could read Chinese. It tasted rank.
Across the street from the shopping district was a random tank which we decided to play on for a ...
... undertake there.
Right now, two of the most popular activities seem to be the regular nightly dancing in the north western corner of the park and circumnavigation by people looking to get fit, socialise with their friends & neighbours or just enjoy the cooler evening air outside.
So tonight I joined them. I went around the 2 km park parameter eleven times and I know it was eleven because I ...
... it is really interesting to see all the historical sites because Chinese culture is so different. Walking around the forbidden city was a "wow" moment. Hello Tiggy! Elise: going to the Great Wall and playing there. I will remember playing at all the different schools, how different it was to us. Emma: the acrobatics show gave me a heart attack because it was so amazing and scary with the things they could do with their bodies (contortionist). Bethany: I ...
... now. I am so looking forward to the vacation. My plan for Bangkok are the nightlife things I missed out on last year as I was alone. So that includes Muay tai fights, night markets and other unmentionable sports that involve pingpong balls, but no net or table. Oh. Literally got told three times to turn my phone off... Stupid airplane rules. Tell me how the iPad on is different than the iPhone on in airplane mode? Once ...
I was quite surprised to see Bread Talk setting up camp here. There wasn't a single customer inside and their pastries are pretty expensive even in China!
If you enjoy admiring the intricate designs of Colonial ...