- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... government ID, gives us a number to wait in line, and soon I see how Sisi sits at a counter where 12 people are being served at the same time. Our pasports are carefully checked, names and visa numbers entered into THE system, digital signature added, and an hour later Hohhot finds us back armed with working cellphones and in great spirits. We can handle China. Yeah! We jump on the bus to the Mongolian museum, and shortly we get off in front of a giant futuristic building. ...
... runs to the available toilets. The one time I used it, I encountered a double toilet (in this case a wide slit in the concrete floor. And I noticed it was about time to be emptied there below) with two slits amicably next to each other. So you can converse with your neighbor if things take long. The landscape gradually turned more mountainous, until it took long tunnels and bridges to bring us to Hohhot. This is for European standards a larger city - some ...
... stores or ATM's, which meant no jacket. On our way to dinner we were able to find an ATM that accepted international cards. I took out the cash and after dinner Jamie and I ran (actually ran) to the store to get the jacket and power walked back so we would not miss our bus! The honcho Jasmine took us to dinner at a traditional Mongolian hot pot restaurant where everyone has their own hot plate, hot pot and you cook your own using the selection of meat and ...
... not happy at all about the way it looked and I am not sure how he would have liked it. But, I think he looks great. Its not easy getting a haircut around here with very limited mandarin. We said goodbye to our favorite shopkeeper who we visited everyday while in Inner Mongolia. We brought her a gift to thank her for her kindness and she tried paying us money for ...
Yesterday we went to the grasslands and visited a Mongolian herdsman family. We ate some food (and some of it was literally as hard as a rock) and drank milk tea. We got to see what it was like to live in a yurt. We all had a great time. Joshua takes tons of pictures on his tablet of everything we do. He is so ...