Zhengzhou Cheered Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was really good. We started in laoyong which was the Capitol of China during Tang Dynasty. We went to a Carriage Pit museum and Charlie our very very loud and fast talking guide which gets so excited spittle comes out of his mouth kept talking about what we thought was a "cherr.y pit" museum so the whole bus was thinking we were going to eat …
... As expected, she likes to store her food like a little chipmunk and also keep her bag of multi-grain cheerios in her sweet little hands. Otherwise, we sometimes have a melt-down. Each and everyday, she opens up a little more. For the last couple of nights, we would walk across the crazy, busy street for dinner. On the walk back, she would start talking and repeating the same words over and over again. We were not ...
... It looked a little wobbly, but I guess that's what happens when you do not walk for almost three days. An hour later, she was just walking around picking up all of her toys and throwing plush toys at Daddy.
We are making great progress in such little time. So proud of our Addy P!
... dangerous. I am actually happy to have sold my bike. I did go out for a couple runs, avoiding peak traffic hours or taking side roads. It has also made me question where or not I would like to get a motor bike in the future. Having had such an experience on a small bike, traveling at only 30km/hr, I am scared to think what would happen at any higher. Mind you, where I would drive people would follow the rules of the road. But still, things can happen, and they can happen fast.
... practising was kind of amazing. They train for many hours a day, and if they make mistakes can be whacked with a stick until they get it right. The teacher in me has mixed views about this. Obviously hitting a child in this way could breed contempt and lack of compassion... at the same time, there are several students I know who could probably have done with a sharp tap with a bamboo rod. Certainly it seems to pay off here ...