Beijing Sicily Hotel
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... 8230; as usual I
went through the routine “No sorry not really Into that etc” however they were particularly
persistent but instead of persuading us with things like “Oh it’ll be really
fun, there’ll be music and dancing” he said “I can get everyone free but only
if more girls than guys come because it attracts lts of other guys” which made us
feel very, very uncomfortable, I don’t know how the other girls ...
... end to an amazing day!
We made our way back to the taxi driver and picked up some souvenirs along the way of course. After the long bus ride back, we took the subway with one transfer to the station closest to our hostel, named Dragon King Hostel.
I just want to go on a tangent here and say our first hostel in a really long time and we could not be more happy with what they had to offer. The service, the bar & cafe had ...
... 1750 metres long & 300 metres wide at its widest point, covering an area of 37.6 hectares. It is the best preserved earthen architectural site that still exists in China. In the 1st century BC, Yar City was the capital of the Nearer Jushi state, one of 36 ancient states of the western regions. At was interesting to walk around on the paved & boardwalk paths. Then we went to the Karez Irrigation ...
... the escalator by hundreds of people. We were unduly distracted by a young girl cleaning the galls roof by walking on it with a mop, yes a mop and bucket.
We found our pod like seats and settled in, put on our slippers of pure polyester and fiddled with the seat adjustment buttons like 12 year olds on a school trip. Before we knew it the train pulled out silently and began to accelerate to the cruising speed of 303 kph, 190mph, silently. ...
... think that's a bad thing. At first I thought they were kind of cold but I realised after a while that obviously a lot of them don't speak English and are afraid of interacting with us on case they look stupid. The longer I stayed there the more I found them to be really warm and friendly. Of course they're not all like that but the amount of people wanting to be photographed with us or practice their ...