Home Inn (Tianjin Zhongshan Road Academy of Fine Arts)
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... slightly shorter, we stayed. After about an hour and a half we were on the Eye with a great view of the city. Sadly it seemed to only last for 20 minutes.
Afterwards we visited a nearby Buddhist temple which seemed to have a strange obsession with Guan Yu. In the temple I got kicked out of one of the rooms for wondering down the wrong corridor.
Afterward we made our back to the hostel to grab out stuff for heading back to Beijing.
I joined the flying insects at dusk (& subsequently the bats) and a couple of hundred other people circling TaiFeng Park tonight.
I am living, for a few weeks, near the park. It is a great asset to the city with its open grassy areas – popular for flying kites – lakes, trees and sculptures. As the seasons change, so does the state of the vegetation in the park, as does the range of ...
... now. I am so looking forward to the vacation. My plan for Bangkok are the nightlife things I missed out on last year as I was alone. So that includes Muay tai fights, night markets and other unmentionable sports that involve pingpong balls, but no net or table. Oh. Literally got told three times to turn my phone off... Stupid airplane rules. Tell me how the iPad on is different than the iPhone on in airplane mode? Once ...
My roommate Sarah opened the door this morning to get some hot water for her coffee -the kitchen is right across the hall- and a the most beautiful, delicious, mouthwatering, smell came wafting into the room: bacon and eggs! I swear, the smell hit me like a brick wall. I wasn't prepared for it, after being surrounded by the different fragrances of Chinese street food. Now don't get me wrong, I love the food here, but there's just ...
... it feel as if you're walking through a Kungfu movie.
At the northern part of the city, you can see other Western architecture, a legacy from the Italians.
Have you tried having tea served like ...