Yangyang Vivasha Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... of their past or stories of how they were injured in the chalk as a way of asking for money instead of just begging. Andy had told me that the pearl tower was off of the Lujiazui exit on the 2 line. So I found the right one and hopped on... I get WAYYY more looks when I am by myself on the metro than when I go with everyone. It could just be that I notice it more. I could tell people were talking about my short hair more than anything. Kids are not subtle with their ...
... as well as a non-alcoholic drink. We even got fresh flower lais when we arrived at the Four Seasons in Chiang Mai in Thailand. We also were greeted with fresh flowers at our final hotel, the Shangri-La in Bangkok, that were made out of fresh jasmine and smelled so good on our night stands.
Our guides are usually very good too, as this is our third Tauck tour. Unfortunately our 66-year-old American guide named Les Martin, that lives in Thailand and has ...
... the day!
On the way to the park, I was commenting how it does not really feel like fall at all as the temperature was in the mid to high 70s ( 22-24 Celsius) and I am still wearing sleeveless tops with capris and sandals ( I have yet to wear socks and shoes and long pants). Also there are still so many flowers blooming and most trees are still green. Jim argued (as he is apt to do), that of course trees are turning and leaves are falling and ...
Rapidly after arriving in Shanghai, Austin and I both quickly realized that Chinese people are not as friendly as Jackie Chan. Although we don't personally know Jackie Chan, we have seen Rush Hour 1 and 2, including the behind the scenes footage, and both agree that he's nice. The lady who works behind ...
... of hours climbing up and down stone stairs, hiking from one guard tower to the next; imagining what has happened over the centuries.
Our Beijing adventure ended with a scrumptious Peking Duck dinner. It was a remarkable meal but we were getting used to them now. The next day, we would fly to Xi'an, home of the Terra-Cotta warriors.
TRADITIONAL, KNOWLEDGE, ...