Zhong Da Hotel
- Adjoining Rooms
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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In the morning, I found th bus to the railway station quite easily, but it was way too early to leave. The ticket I bought at 7 a.m. didn't leave until 11. I found a rice noodle type place for breakfast by taking a random bus somewhere until I got somewhere that was open. I picked up a ton of dim sum for my 24 hour journey home and tried to get back to the train station after I drank an entire ...
... There is a Western restaurant and a Chinese restaurant, so we chose the Western, naturally. Too bad it wasn't open. So we found the Chinese restaurant and the hostess greeted us, and handed me a pad of paper, and pointed to the ceiling. Or the light; I wasn't sure. I looked at her dumbfounded, thinking we were getting off to a bad start, but Leah figured out she was asking for our room number. Oh! That was easy. So we chose a table and went to the ...
... pictures of 3 pages that I wasn't sure we already had. There were 3 photos of Leah in the file, all that I had previously received. Two other orphanage workers came in, and we made some small talk, and I asked a few questions about Leah's file. Finally, almost as an afterthought, I asked if the orphanage worker, who was noted in Leah's paperwork as her "favorite caregiver," still worked at the orphanage. Oh no, said the assistant director. The ...
... over 8 hours after departing, bunked into our new hotel, had a quick lunch and then headed for our concert.
We have a birthday in the clan today – Happy Birthday Matt Stein, Principal 2nd Cornet.
We are up again at 6:00am tomorrow but its a FREE DAY(!!) once we get to Guangzhou on the bullet train. I will be a welcome respite after a night on the sleeper, two 6:00am starts and a LOT of ...
... on our own, without a herd. We are learning that when the crossing sign is green it may or may not mean it is safe. We ended up caught in the middle of the street with the crossing sign turned red...that one definitely means it is not safe to cross. Thankfully a bus driver had mercy on us and slowed down so we could cross. Our first stop today, after our near death experience, was Mia's orphanage. Mia was excited for this and but not quite sure what to expect. A portion of ...