Xijiao Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... happy tummy tablets with me. Today, street food you won. Today, Pete learnt don't flush paper down the toilet. Tomorrow is a new day and we head to Beijing. Onwards and upwards. *The sleep walking diaries of Pete: I was awoken one night to our bedroom light on and Pete at the side of the bed saying "they are here, they are at the door. They know we have the aircon on, they can hear it!!' Back to bed my sweetheart you are sleep walking ...... XOXO **I miss Kara count in Shanghai: ...
... pens with a moat around them and people sit their small children on the railings. Any lion with an ounce of energy would be roaring and challenging but these animals just seem to spend their whole day asleep. We only really wanted to see the pandas. There was only one, in a very small space. The Chinese are totally stupid and let their small children bang on the glass and screech at the animals. Poor things. We saw one stupid young couple drop ...
... disastrous lack of booze and dancing we arranged to go to Shangers for the weekend. The week couldn’t go quick enough, I found myself revelling in the idea of being surrounded by normal food, strange cocktails and very intoxicated travellers. Which is exactly what happened! Upon arrival we went to Nanjing road for a Stella and a burger at Beef and Liberty. It was a quaint little restaurant on the roof of a tallish building, the sun was shining, beer in one hand and burger ...
We awoke early on our sleeper train, and we visited with Leo for a while. He has graduated and is going to visit his parents before heading to his new job in marketing. We discovered that Leo has won prizes for singing, and he was kind enough to sing for us. He has an incredible voice, and we were thrilled to have our own personal concert. I learned that the Chinese enjoy karaoke, and they actually gather at special rooms in restaurants and sing karaoke for each other. Unlike ...
... ton of taxis. Our turn quickly comes up and we tumble in, but unfortunately, the driver seems to have no idea where the pinyon address is. I have a phone number for the hotel, but when I try and use his cell phone, it doesn't seem to connect to anything and he is saying 'mayo', so I'm not sure why? I try Leslie, but also don't connect, so try the hotel number one more time and miraculously, they answer. I pass the phone to the driver and he seems to understand where to go. It's ...