Yun Tai Hotel
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... most just said things like "velocity" and stranger things for which I am sure the translation was incorrect. I pressed some buttons, and hoped with all the sweating cells in my unhappy body that I could find the right combination. I had A/C the whole time, I figured out the remote. Those long hot weeks spent in anguish were for naught. But the real benefit to my tale of woe, I have literally passed through ...
... she is, how timid, and observant (much like Erin at that age). She got to play in the playroom with her friends and she smiled and laughed and babbled. We weren't there very long, they had many children to take care of, about 25. The Nannies all kissed her and then gave her to MaMa. She cried then but they told her not to and it was alright. Then one of them took her back and they all waved to her, she was going to walk us to ...
... lying, we arrived and it was by far the best hotel out of the lot. They definitely saved the best for last. It was right in the centre of the city, right next to Nanjing Road which is the main shopping street. Perfect location and amazing facilities. Peter then checked us in and let us go upstairs to freshen up. The room was nice, not as good as Xi'an but the hotel itself made up for that. After a small break we went back down to meet Peter. He took us to Pizza Hut ...
We'd been to the restaurant before with our teaching assistant Ethan, and ever since have said we must go again. However, with only a mandarin menu and no pictures we knew it would make ordering food a challenge. Armed with knowledge of Chinese characters for the meat and vegetables we like we went to Wu da niang. We easily spotted ...
... of being late and when asked where our bike was we explained to Bruce and Ethan what happened. After school, Ethan took us to another garage to get it fixed, we were there for hours, the battery was completely drained of life, we had to buy a new battery. This cost us 280yuan, which wasn't a lot in English money, but is a lot by China standards. Ethan offered to pay some, but I refused. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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