Wu Hua Hotel
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... known as pagodas.
Into a new hotel tonight just for the night. Looks like we have a room which was used as a honeymoon suite last night as you can see by the decorations. How romantic!!
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... the museum. Zayne kept pointing and and saying something in Chinese over and over, so we finally asked our guide Tina what it was that he was saying, and turns out it was "get a picture of that!". So we had to photo whatever he pointed at, then show him the picture on our phone, and he would nod and then be satisfied. We hung out there for about 2 hours, then bused it back to the Hilton.
Lunch was room service, with most of us going American style ...
... dozen toy rides for the kids to play on, and a larger play area in another section that had a sandbox and a jumpy inflatable. Zayne loved the inflatable, so I foresee some Pump it Up trips back home in the near future. Zackery got a new Lego set and a remote control car at a toy store there, so he was excited about that.
We hung out there until lunchtime, then hit Burger King on the way back. Julie, Zack ...
... because Zayne likes to eat with chopsticks, and also because he insisted on feeding me using the soup spoon.
After that, what i believe will become the SOP kicked in, which is to say back to the hotel for a bath, stroller ride up and down our 21st floor hallway, and me and Zack heading to the pool and hot tub for some relaxation. Tomorrow is a "free day", so not sure what we will get into. -- M, J, Z, & z
... we gave him with each of us, as he would hold one out and point to one of us and smile when we ate it.
Back at the hotel we had just enough time for a quick bath, then to a group lunch inside the hotel. We all had honey buns filled with pork, and when Zayne spotted the chopsticks, he insisted on using them for the rest of the meal. He's not an expert with them, but probably about on par with ...