Zhejiang Narada Grand Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... could hear it from all sides. We kept wandering and practicing the phrase “bu yow, Cha” (I don’t want tea). We found some pretty views and took pictures and also walked through a forest area, where the trees TOWERED over us. We loved being in the quiet. All of Hangzhou seems SO much more quiet than Shanghai. Even the middle of the city seems quieter. There isn’t near as much honking and hustle and bustle. It seems slower. Even though it ...
... with the food neatly kept and trays clean. It also wasn't so oily. It was bloody hot though, even my lips were on fire. After lunch, just Julian, Becky and I were
left, so we went to the "high street" place I went to during orientation- it rained all day that day
and we got there when it was dark. So ...
So, the chinese visa centre in Singapore would only grant me a 30 day visa for China. On Weds, Triston from Lopair took me to the visa centre in Hangzhou to apply for an extension. I believe it went well... Triston seemed to be in good terms with the visa officers and I know Lopair have dealt with this kind of thing before. My visa will be collected by Triston next week so fingers crossed nothing ...
I got up at 7:00 to get to the train station by 8:00 (I was 10 minutes late). Not to worry. I bumped into R and N who were buying coffee, and D was there too. I sat next to R on the train ride and we small talked about cities and math.
Once there, we took a 70RMB boat ride to an fulfilling island, where myself and D got cranky from the lack of food. So let's skip to the cool ...
... staying here and it's a large place. We received a letter from the hotel manager and an email from the MD of Banyan Tree Hotels, a meal in either restaurant of our choice on the house with a bottle of champagne (very good it was too on both counts) and a bottle of red wine in the room. The staff have succeeded in raising the Banyan Tree in our estimation, but we are looking forward to anonymity again, or at least the level two wide-eye guys travelling together in China can ...