Wanjie International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... street that is a big tourist attraction for both locals and foreigners.
There were all kinds of shops that were a little overpriced but had almost everything you could want to buy as gifts in China. Most of us split up with our Chinese partner and enjoyed the local delicacy snack, Shao Bing (Burnt Cake). Sounds yummy huh? It is a sesame see cake-cracker that can be sweet or salty. I thought they were really good. One of ...
... t observe this same liking, because cold drinks are few and far between here. They like to drink warm drinks, no matter what meal and no matter what weather. Sure it may be 80 degrees outside, but doggone it the Chinese are drinking hot water and hot tea!
In an earlier post I mentioned my stay with Chen Min's auntie and my lesson on properly serving Chinese tea. Well, on Saturday this same Auntie invited us to return to Zibo ...
If there is one thing that I carried over from the last time that I lived in China, it's that you can't always expect what you are told to actually be the reality of things. For example, before we left I was assured that there would be wireless Internet available at the university, but it turned out that their version of wireless was through an Ethernet cable that wasn't compatible with my laptop. That was the first straw that started to ...
Museums, museums, museums! I've been to a lot of places over the past several years, especially during the summers when my family would embark on various vacations throughout the United States. I've been to Washington D.C., down south, through Yellowstone and the Badlands, The Grand Canyon, and even up through Canada a bit, so being a tourist is not new to me. As a tourist there are two things that I absolutely try to avoid; museums and zoos. ...
Our day in Beijing was only temporary, so the next morning we headed to Zibo on an East-bound high speed train. Zibo is where we will spend the next week and a half of our time in China, on the campus of Shandong University of Technology. When we arrived in Zibo, we were excitedly greeted by members of the international program at the university, promptly taken to our dorms, and lo and behold, fed! I have a feeling that if we ...