Jinjiang Inn Zhengzhou Zhongyuan Road
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... in the grounds and inspecting their living and eating facilities for the 45 minutes. I think that this was much more interesting. The other guests did not see these facilities as we left soon after. Looking at the kids they are very disciplined to do this for half of the day and then studies in the afternoon, non-stop. In this school there are 10,000 kids live in for 11 months of the year. We also ...
We spent the first part of today visiting the Chinese Natural History museum here in Zhengzhou. Four of the families made the trip, while the fifth stayed at the hotel to take it easy. It was about a 25-minute bus ride, and the museum was air-conditioned. We saw some interesting Chinese culture there, with many items dating back to the era around 500 A.D. Zackery played the role of camera man while we were at the museum, and he did a great job. Both he and Zayne seemed ...
... dozen toy rides for the kids to play on, and a larger play area in another section that had a sandbox and a jumpy inflatable. Zayne loved the inflatable, so I foresee some Pump it Up trips back home in the near future. Zackery got a new Lego set and a remote control car at a toy store there, so he was excited about that.
We hung out there until lunchtime, then hit Burger King on the way back. Julie, Zack ...
... on the noodle place nearby. The food was fairly decent, but more traditional Chinese. For example, the "kids" meal (which we didn't order, but our friends did) consisted of two chicken wings, just like you would get at Buffalo Wild Wings, spinach and a breaded prawn. We opted for dumplings and pork with rice. The dumplings were a hit (except for a few bites with noticeable veggies), but the rice dish ended up all over the ...
... dinner he played in the room for about 30 min., then it was nap time, per the schedule they told us. He slept soundly for about 1.5 hours, and woke up happy. He loves the stroller, and insists on taking rides up and down the hallway, sometimes riding, sometimes pushing it. He can even open the door by himself, which we didn't expect. We just did room service for dinner, and he ate like a champ, downing Congee (sort ...