The Westin Guangzhou
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Minbar in room
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... went over to one of the big malls to get some food when we got back and that was completely locked up. Thank goodness for Wal-Mart which was open! Things are back to normal this weekend.
Some of the students aren’t back yet. Boy, some of these kids are well travelled. I have students who were in Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, and one who is due back Monday from Canada! I also have a girl who went to Brazil for Christmas and just came back on Friday. ...
... not speak English. We were debating what to do when a young woman coming out of restaurant asked me if she could help. She came in with us and helped us order - so kind of her! After lunch we walked to the Guangzhou Zoo and spent a couple of hours there. It is one of the largest zoos in China, but only cost us about $3 each to get in. It was very crowded today, maybe unusually so because of the new year ...
... to get to Yuexiu Park on the metro, but we didn't realize it had a cost to get in so we chose to pass that up and instead look for Liu Rong temple. We eventually found it after much more walking and a stop to look at some street vendors selling jewelry and trinkets and computer programs (?), but the ticket booth had closed and it was starting to get dark. We got a couple pictures and a nice young man behind the exit gate opened it for us so we could step in ...
... about 20 minutes through a city we don't know with all our luggage. Needless to say I was becoming progressively more light-headed. That being said, it was incredibly cool to finally see a part of China, and the area near our hotel is totally decked out in Lunar New Year decorations. I hope I will be able to appreciate them all the more tomorrow after I've had a chance to get a proper sleep. Time for some ...
... it was through the mall around behind. It would have been very hard to find had they not pointed us the right way. We checked in, rested for about 15 minutes, then headed out for dinner. This part of Beijing Road is a pedestrian street, all decorated with lights and red paper lanterns. We were very tired, so we didn't spend too much time searching for a restaurant. We had a good meal then got back to the hotel about 10:00 ...