Country Garden Phoenix Hotel Changsha
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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- Free parking
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... learning in China. It accepted students throughout the Song, Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties, eventually becoming Hunan University in 1926.
So, on a warm October Saturday, Aaron, Claudia, and I joined thousands of other travellers intent on retracing the footsteps of those ancient academics, to explore the rebuilt grounds and buildings of Yuelu Academy for ourselves. Although hardly a mountain ...
... crowd of balloon hawkers, trinket salesmen and couples waltzing to music blaring from a loudspeaker.
Aaron spots an empty taxi, and we pile in. Claudia videoed the entire fireworks display, so she and I relive the show while Mia and Aaron flip through their cell phones and talk across the back seat.
"We are already planning what to do next weekend!" Mia says.
I can hardly ...
... then, well before we really knew each other, we chatted amiably. When they were ready to leave, Eric said, "I liked talking to you. It was a good chance to...." He paused and searched for the words.
"Practise your English?" Aaron offered.
"No," Eric said. "Make a connection. That's important, I think."
... the beauty.
Anyhow, Halloween arrived. It was arguably the worst day, weather wise, I have seen in Changsha. Rain was pouring down, it was cold and it was miserable. Almost a very typical Halloween atmosphere. I was going to go to school in my Ti Chi costume, saying it was fancy dress, but the weather was so bad, I did not want to ruin the costume. So I instead grabbed the mask I was given by my school on western food day and wore that instead. As I ...
On any sidewalk in North America, a blonde, 5'6", middle-aged woman, and a 6' 2" man with a grey moustache, attract very little attention from passersby. We not only blend in - we're mostly invisible. But here in Changsha, where few foreigners visit, Walter and I have become minor celebrities.
The first time we became aware of our heightened profile, we were sitting on the deck of the ...