Starway Taiti Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... what is provided by the La Trobe gift shop. I still haven't gotten any postcards to send, so I must rectify that at some point. We slowly wandered back to our rooms and are in the process of deciding whether to go out somewhere and have some dinner. <b><u>Update:</u>< /b> So I dawdled alone in my room, and decided to head out pretty late to get something to eat. I went into the campus and was too late to go ...
... Each airline has their own security protocols. Rhonda and I find the change in AirAsia terminals in 12 months nothing short of amazing. When we left to fly home from our Europe-Singapore trip, we assembled in a metal shed and then walked across the tarmac and climbed the stairs to the plane; now after a $17 billionUS cost, the end product is huge. It is privately owned!! When we checked in online at home before we left, I was issued seat 28K, a window seat. Rhonda was allotted 29K. ...
... and we took a little walk around the hotel. We all went back to sleep from 12:30-3:30 and were feeling a lot better, collectively. With his fever down most of the day, we decided to take an outing and check out Tiananmen Square. Unfortunately, we missed the flag lowering, but we arrived just in time to see the army emptying the square fairly quickly. I imagine this is custom once the flags are lowered, but once I was reminded of what happened there in the not so distant ...
... head quickly before answering. I figured if they were also out of towners and just wanted to stop by any coffee shop then there wasn't a lot of possibility of harm being down. That was a massive miscalculation.
So the three of us went to a little tea room/coffee house a little bit south-west of Tiananmen Square, talking life in England, life in China, relations with North Korea (they bought it up, I didn't), martial arts, learning new languages and travel experiences. Here's a ...
... of Heaven is situated in a park for the people. To see the Temple the guide buys the ticket to go in. Surrounding this the Chinese people on a Sunday are playing cards, Chinese Chess or singing songs. It is a very pleasant atmosphere. The Temple is round but you cannot get close to take pictures of the inside because of the large crowds. I have leaned while being in China, you have to push your way in and out, rather than be polite and wait for a break that ...