Wanzhou International Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I see my office with the beaten up desk, and print outs of the chemical anslyses. The aluminum sliding window and the snow outside. It's only -10. In the old lab across the hallway my 8-day old corn seedlings are growing in the incubator, fans running and air bubbling in the medium. The distiller is glowing orange. The students walking outside make tracks in the deep snow. Mount Mansfield and Camel's Hump on the horizon, mostly grey with bare trees, but the snow ...
... the god of the underworld. Then we paid for an optional excursion and saw the pearl pagoda. It was a huge wooden pagoda on a rock mountain on a small island. We passed several merchants on the way. We crossed a rickety bridge to get to the pagoda and it rocked with each step. Catherine and Sean thought about the Tacoma Narrows bridge and sang "London Bridge is Falling Down" as we crossed. Then we climbed 6 stories of stairs to the ...
E: The remainder of the day is spent reading, napping, lunching again on Pot Noodle, and envying the deaf. For throughout the day, as on the day before, the speakers in the corridor roof churn out Chinese pap. Not the bland but unoffending early morning East Asian answer to Phil Coulter, but turgid semi-Westernized chart fodder. Happy are we that ...
... fluctuates so much throughout the year, there are steps from the road to the town down to where our dock was. These are cement steps with no railings but are very wide. We happened to be visiting at low water time so we climbed up those stairs to get to our bus.
Our host was fine with the move. He was paid for his land and house and was given new land, although it was about half the size of his previous farm. His house on the bank was 2000 sq. ft. ...
... We docked in Chongqing, China's capitol during World War 2, the following morning. As our boat was running late from traffic on the river during the night, we made straight for the airport. Seeing China's famous Pandas would have to wait until Beijing. We arrived in Xi'an, home of the world famous Terracotta Army. Xi'an, population of almost 9 million, is one of two cities left in ...