Vienna Hotel Guangzhou Sanyuanli
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... was the lighting display on the second floor – room after room of the largest, most spectacular chandeliers I have ever seen- bigger than Versailles! I could only wonder- who buys these and where do they live? So many things about living in Dongguan are incongruent with my expectations.
Last night was the first night we slept without any air conditioning on. We’re now wondering just how cold it will be in the apartment because we don’t have ...
... for about three weeks. With over 55,000 booths run by over 22,000 companies this is one of the biggest trade fairs in China if not the world. The show is broken down into three phases. The first week is mostly electrical, mechanical and building goods. The second week is home stuff, consumer products and gifts. Then the third week is pretty much everything else, clothing/textiles, shoes, medical/dental, recreation ...
... nothing to jiggle! I had lots to jiggle but just looked like a Shrek beside the others. Anyway, it did feel good exercising and I will go back.
We’re constantly amazed by the constant construction that is going on all around us. Businesses open and close at an alarming rate and major renos start right away, even on large, buildings. The "massage" place by the school has been gutted and redone. Everything is done with bags of cement and sand ...
... We at first tried to go to the Canton Fair, but it ended up being
this business import, export showing. We then headed to the Canton Tower, the
tallest building in all of Guangdong, but were underwhelmed by the architecture.
So we just wandered around till night fell and took the nearest boat for a
Unfortunately for us, the boat had no booze, and took us
officially to the middle of nowhere. I think I can speak for all three of us ...
... had taken The Very Hungry Caterpillar as the book to read. It was very popular with all the age groups - one 13 year old boy read it aloud to me with great expression, and he thought it was quite funny!
The lunch was more like a banquet - at one stage we had the plates of food tiered 3 high to try and fit them all on the table! There were 2 quite chatty teenagers at my table, and a younger girl who was a little shy, but kept smiling at me. Very cute! We had some ...