Yong An Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... another group of rare creatures at the zoo. Americans! We had tons of people coming up and asking us to take pictures with them. As we found out it is a rarity to see an American in China and when you have the chance, you have to snap a shot. Even Crystal was asked to hold a woman's child so she could take a picture of them. We couldn't get out of the parking without people asking us for pictures.
Our next stop was the train station to get to the Shan ...
... aerobic class of old Asians going on and Amira joined. It was so funny watching her dance with them. After like 35-45 minutes, she stopped.
We caught another subway, went back to hostel, and Anna and Phil brought us Chinese takeout. We did a TON of walking all day. My knees and back have been in pain all day long. My shoulders are a rock because they're so tense. People have been very nice in helping me out. I slowed down the group all day. I've been the last one to ...
... As close as I’ll ever get to feeling like a celebrity.
Ended the day in an Italian restaurant to celebrate Jack’s birthday. An absolute godsend considering my lack of culinary skills. I still wonder how I’ve managed to survive for this long.
Back to work tomorrow. The placement is excellent and I couldn’t hope for better colleagues. It’s still all a bit surreal. I’m living in bloody ...
... to drum up business, but the next driver in line gets the job no matter who does the talking. We agreed a fare out to the wall of 30RMB, or so we thought! A minute in, it became apparent that was 30RMB each. On red alert after a bit of hassle in the morning, we immediately assumed she was trying to rip us off, though with hindsight, it was a genuine misunderstanding. We got her down to 25RMB each, but we were set on the original 30RMB total, so when she wouldn't budge, we ended ...
... wine.. at 56 % proof it is more like a "Grappa" so ore for shots or sipping.. some would call it "rocket fuel" too...oh , well..when in China!! (Red wine on the other hand is 120 yuan ($20) a glass!!!! thank heavens for duty free travel bottles)...
In the bus again.. we have made our little subgroups of friend and the banter on the bus and at meal times is a lot of fun and enjoyment.. meeting new faces from our own land and new places in new countries ...