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#1 Michael-Sean

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Posted 04 June 2012 - 02:26 AM

Hello Brothers & Sisters

I wil be traveling soon to Guangzhou for Ling's interview . I would like to to ruffly know how much it will cost me to stay there for the duration of the interview
and medical exam hotel food taxi ? i think we wlil be there for a week ( 7 ) days or less

#2 dnoblett

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Posted 04 June 2012 - 04:18 AM

Depends partly on where you plan on staying.

I would guestimate I spent at least $1000 there.

#3 Zhou Zhou

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Posted 04 June 2012 - 04:39 PM

We took care of the medical exams in Fuzhou and flew round trip to Guangzhou. We stayed in a hotel for 3 nights. One day I went to the US Citizens Hour and had pages added to my passport and the next day was the wife's marathon interview....about $1.000 not much more if any.

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Posted 04 June 2012 - 05:21 PM

You can stay at a 7 Days in for about $34/night. Book one within walking distance to Embassy & save on taxi fare. Taxi fare varies by 100% (rush hour is much more expensive). If you eat side street local cooking, you can get by rather inexpensively. I'm assuming you've paid for medical exam & vaccinations already. You will also have a small fee for the EMS Waybill.

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Posted 04 June 2012 - 10:59 PM

You can stay at a 7 Days in for about $34/night. Book one within walking distance to Embassy & save on taxi fare. ---Good advice, actually, stay often at another 7 Day's Inn in a quiet neighborhood of GZ, while visiting ---- but hey, this is a big deal!

Traditionally, when doing business at the old American Consulate, the first choice was the five star White Swan, just down the street. ----and still, IMHO the best choice for an event of this magnitude. You might want to explore if they have direct (and free) shuttle service to the new Consulate office, and the price of the combined room and buffet breakfast---best in all of China, IMHO. overlooking the Pearl River. Suggest the website: AsiaHotels for best rates. Would be surprised if it were more than $150.00 per night.



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Posted 05 June 2012 - 05:58 AM

White swan not coming up on http://www.asiahotels.com/

Anyway many stay with the Yangs, they have apartments to rent in the same complex and the Consulate very convenient, exit side of building walk around front, and enter the consulate, rooms are ok, and reasonable at around $35 or so a night, and the Yangs will help you out getting to places like medical, rent a phone, and even advice as to paperwork order, and interview questions.

http://candleforlove...post__p__588012 (Posted 180rmb per night about $30 usd)

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 07:53 AM

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