Country Garden Phoenix Hotel Changsha
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... was chaotic. Our time on the island was spent efficiently thanks to a people mover. Our Mt Yuelu, Aiwan Pavilion (1792) experiences were taken with 1000s of locals. So once again dinner was very early on our way home to the hotel. Tom and I had a 4: 30 am start for the airport and Shanghai in the morning.
This proved to be easily organised with the concierge however, not without paying a penalty for getting the doorman out of bed!
... month), and afterwards we showed only friendliness to one another. I got into the waiting room, in front of one of the A/C units and was cooling off when the ticket lady, who spoke decent English, came and informed me my flight would be late. I thought no problem: Tom’s flight was scheduled to arrive about 5 hours after my flight… My flight ended up 90 minutes late and Tom’s flight out of Hong Kong was 2.5 hours late. Fortunately ...
... indicator of direction (usually North)! So I took my best shot at a so named "west" exit, as I recalled there was a Carrefour supermarket that way. I found no Carrefour, onlu lots of construction, heat, noise and eventually was inside the NOVA shopping center. I went to the basement shopping area and worked my way up, seeing little of interest to me, but still quite enjoyed the air conditioning and window shopping. I remembered seeing a ...
... rod in my YZ dining room, I snapped this one up for only 9 RMB, along with a nice pint of fresh milk which was gone quickly, once I paid for it.
Then I walked up toward the river since I exited A-Best there, where Wuyi Avenue comes across what's now called the Juzizhou (Orange Island) Bridge and becomes Fenglin #1 Road westward and Lushan to the SSW. I was surprised to see the traffic cops out in force, with about 5 cars pulled over just before the bridge, tickets ...
... time maybe… Suffice it to say we found it, the girl (she looked unmarried and in China they are all considered and called girls until they are married or reach about age 30. Then if unmarried, they are called, not so very kindly, “left behind.”) spoke only to Vennie, in Chinese, which is unusual for a YHA hostel. I was ¥100 short in cash (there was a ¥100 key card deposit) but fortunately Vennie had it. We went to the room, dropped off ...