Tang Cheng Hotel
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... to see them. Get the best view. We walked down one side of the pit and some section you can see where they are about to carefully excavate. At the back end of the pit men lined up at eye line which have been pieced back together. It was back to find Jack and get a lift back to the city. We had dinner at the hostel with Lynda and she kindly took the time to show us photos of her home as well as some photos of bits she has done on her loop which she has ...
... around the city checking out various local places, enjoying local food and people watching. I got to try out dumpling for the first time and it was well worth the try!
As we roamed around the city, we met a couple who were getting their wedding pictures done. I was invited in to be part of the wedding photo session for a bit, ...
Well, we made it up until the end of September without missing a train, bus, boat or plane- but it was always going to happen. We cut our morning too fine in Tianjin and missed our train to Beijing. That would have been fine, but for the fact we had a train booked out of Beijing for Xian at lunchtime. Oh and by the way, it was due to leave from a completely different station than the one we would arrive into Beijing from. The next train out wasn't leaving Tianjin for ...
Well, today's title is credited to Will Jones--his advice to the next guy in line at the faculty cafeteria today at lunch. And good advice it is!
Jet lag is slowly but surely leaving the group, and shopping plans and weekend adventures are taking its place. Our second day at school was a busy one. We started out at a graduation ceremony for the seniors in the international program. It was ...
... br> The one good thing about Paradise Park was the really, really impressive performance we saw. There were two men clothed in a dragon suit, one stacked on top of the other to give the impressive of, well, a dragon. They operated the eyes and mouth of the dragon to bring it to life, occasionally separating themselves in order to leap across miniature platforms gracefully. The furry exterior of the dragon flowed through the air wonderfully as they jumped, and it was truly ...