Real post: my hotel

This hotel is fantastic. It’s 4 stars and well deserving of each one of those stars.

The room is quite nice and fantastic for out of towners. There’s a water cooler in the room with fresh delicious non-threatening water and tasty treats greet you when you open the fridge. Would you like some slippers? they are beside the bed table. Robes galore, tasty nuts, and much appreciated air conditioning, this place has got it all.

Included in the “got it all package” is the plethora of cute women in formal chinese dress. Formal chinese dress is very glamorous. There are also dudes in official garb maning the doors and pointing in a military like manner as they direct cars through the driveway.

Also, the rooms have real toilets. This is something I didn’t truly appreciate until I had to use the bathroom at the mill today. Bathrooms at mills in China consist of an oval hole, and two traction pads adjacent to it. After carefully squatting, you do your business, and then we americans use the toilet paper that we brought from home to clean ourselves. I don’t know what the Chinese do. I don’t ask.

2 thoughts on “Real post: my hotel

  • 7/20/2006 at 10:02 am

    Thank God for the traction pads!

  • 7/20/2006 at 1:59 pm

    “I don’t know what the Chinese do. I don’t ask.”

    Sounds like a job for Defy McQuaid!


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