Xizhao Temple Hotel (King Talent Hotel)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... next door at a restaurant. One egg, watermelon, very delicious bacon, and toast. Then we found the ever critical ATM, paid the hostel, and headed for the subway. English signage in the subway was pretty good, although there was a general snafu when we were trying to get out through a turnstile. Several seemed to be finicky, letting one person through, then locking on the next person. We were caught up in a mob of Chinese, everyone was excitably yelling back and ...
... walking we found it! For the 3rd time that night I felt relief that yet again did not last. Even though I was pretty exhausted and everything was in Chinese, I could follow the conversation pretty well. It went something like:
"Hi, we booked a bed for one here for tonight."
"No you didn't, we don't have any spare beds."
"But we just called up about an hour ago!"
"No you didn't. We didn't get any calls. What number did you call?"
"This number. A ...
... sandwich because it would be more nutritious than getting a pastry. That sandwich was so good.
I returned to my room, where Mike was chilling. For half an hour, I lay in bed without caring about anything. Then, I got ready to go off to my afternoon class.
I know this post sounds so negative. This week and last week were not so good for me. However, I feel a lot better today. Don't worry, everyone.
... duck being delicious and the spare ribs too. Both of them preferred the ribs to the duck (which always has a very funny smell in my humble opinion!). One of the waiters, the one who carved the duck had a very unusual head piece on which we deduced was to stop any potential dribbling on to the meat!! The other waiter must have thought that we were complete barbarians for drinking beer put of the bottle but he was just a little too slow in producing the beer glasses for us!
... garden and next to Buddist temples and gates quite ornamented. We saw the special barges that go from one end of the Park to the island in the middle. After we run out of walkways, we ask how to go to the Stupa and they told us that we had to go out into the street and walk half a block to find the way to the White Stupa. It was a tiring ascend. It seems that one is ...