Yiyou Xiaofang Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... there was surprisingly quick and helpful as within about 30 minutes we exchanged a number of messages via e-mail. YHA won’t let you book the day before, but this CIYH person recommended I try Hostelworld, which turned out to be a great choice, thanks also to PayPal. With transportation and lodging squared away, I was able to rest until the today.
For some reason I thought Lingling’s bus #7 went farther up the highway. I had discovered bus ...
I got up from my nap yesterday, and took down the clothes line so I could get out, and got ready for the big outing of the day. After much research I concluded that the Yuelu District (German) Metro supermarket was hardly more convenient than the old one, for people in this part of the city. Both are in the north part of the city, over an hour away by public transportation. So, though I may give it a shot on Sunday, I had better things to do on ...
... area they were using one just like I needed. I went back to the power strip area and this time there was a sales lady wanting to help. I indicated that I wanted her to follow me and showed her the power strip in the electronics department, then back to the store's power strip area. She quickly caught on, in a rather funny dismayed way, and we parted company. Then I saw a convenient clothes line, and since the one Ruth and I bought a few years ago is being used as ...
I'm glad Changsha has a subway system now, and there are many good things one can say about it. Like every person I dealt with who works for the system was friendly and helpful. But, when I got off the CHR, all I saw were exit signs. I spent several minutes wandering, looking for the subway. It is possible they had a subway symbol on signs, but if so, they look so much like any other train symbol. Maybe that’s why so many subway systems get called ...
... event. Thirdly, when Ruth and I often stumbled through and around Changsha's subway construction, I swore I'd one day ride it. They have one line open, #2 line, and it connects the Changsha South (CHR) train station with the main train station, with Yuelu Mountain and then out past our old university. Yeah!!!
Well I'm just over 1/2 way to the train station but having trouble concentrating over the rattle ...