Tu Ha Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to be a huge park with a few temples in it. Here so many people were approaching us about private tours, bike rides, etc. Of course my moms friend falls for it and asks one of the men who approached us how much it would be. He began by saying 300 CNY. We said no and walked away... and then he FOLLOWS! And yells "200!"... we say no! He continues to follow and said "150 CNY." Sooooo, we took it the "bike tour" that he promised us. Well, it so happened that he barely spoke any ...
... what happens when some people get a hold of a microphone. :). We took 4 different taxis to a focus KTV in Beijing. We were proud of the kids doing some things independently with some supervision. Needless to say we had a great time. The girls didn't want to leave after two hours of singing. I believe the girls enjoyed it just a little more than the boys. Alice and Frances really put on a show and Ryan surprised us with his ...
... of people where we had to go (we were in carriage 10 and so had to look for the number on the platform -near our feet, not above). There are lots of numbers - the first person sent us in the wrong direction. The second person in the right direction. The Station attendant had us heading to the train going in the opposite direction before finally reading the ticket correctly and getting us to the correct spot. We had great views of the countryside as ...
It is Cultural Week here at BLCU, and I started the week with Ian and Emily taking me out to try some spicy bullfrog. I was a little apprehensive, but the taste wasn't so bad, it tasted really similar to fish, which I was surprised about. The meat was very tender, but you had to watch out for the tiny bones, which made eating it delicately with chopsticks a little difficult to say the least.
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... we needed one to get through Lhasa airport and into Nepal. If we could get a permit, we certainly wouldn't have needed a flight and would be doing the 'highest train trip' in the world instead! And so, we took ourselves off to the airline offices and were able to buy our flight (for more RMB) directly from there with no hassles!! It really was rubbing our noses in it...we could transit through Lhasa, but couldn't visit it! We were incredibly ...