Xinshikong Conifer Hotel
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... place. However they didn't prove to be so functional - no water!
For lunch we stopped at Changde and we were grateful for a higher standard than we had had for the past couple of days. And then, as we approached Changsha, the traffic snarled -it was a holiday-so we were taken for a very early dinner before checking into our hotel.
Changsha is China's 3rd city and it was near here that Mao Tse Tung was born.
... airport arrivals area now has a few nice coffee shops where one can get a sandwich or noodles and a decent beer.
We got a great taxi rider that took us directly to CIYH, in about 30 minutes from airport departure. CIYH wasn’t as bustling as in the past and the English level of staff was noticeably lower. Still, they provided a nice accommodation at a nice price and we enjoyed our 3 nights there. Vennie hooked up with us and so on Saturday Tom ...
... was another matter. I'm too considerate to take even 1/2 the photos I'd like to, so you'll have to take my word for this. That station is huge, with eight different exits, and underground shopping that can take you far afield from Wuyi Avenue. I studied the exits map, much dismayed that a) the map itself is only in Chinese characters though for each exit description there was some pinyin, but b) the map violate rule number one of map making: it ...
Yes, I'm a day behind, but what's new. It's Saturday morning and I'm writing about Friday morning. Vennie is an English teacher and had classes until after 3 pm. I awoke to discover my lack of drinking water, but fortunately I had just enough in my water bottle to add an instant Latte packet and shake it up good to go with the bananas and a mini-waffle packet I brought from Yongzhou. Then I threw on shorts, shirt and sandals and went back to my banana store and bought a 4 ...
... always call it Rongwanzhen, which I suspect is the Hunan dialect’s (Xiangese) name for the place. We got out of the station OK, after I insisted we find the satellite type map view of the area showing exits, and convinced Vennie which exit we wanted, (A I think it was) closest to Tongcheng, then with some mis-steps we navigated our way under the three way intersection and went looking for the hostel. I’m going to save my words for the hostel ...