Tiananmen Best Year Courtyard Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTiananmen Best Year Courtyard Hotel Beijing
Loved this little family run hotel. Check it out with an open mind to experience true Chinese style accommodation. Very charming.
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... technically has a policy to accommodate foreigners, he too disliked them and our impasse with the guards was not able to be resolved. Even though the Chinese stopped sending out naval expeditions in 1433, nothing of this could have prepared me for the possibility that we would be rejected. Therefore, the expedition is a disaster, and my people and I must return home in financial ruin. Despite this, I would be lying if I stated ...
... from mutton, chicken, shrimp, and vegetables, we all thoroughly enjoyed out meal. Then our walk back to the hotel, we visited a traditional night food market, or what I will affectionately call the "everything-on-a-stick market" while things on a stick are usually a good time, the choice of fare was a bit other-wordly, including squid, scorpions, tarantulas, penis (yes, penis), and bull testicles. Apparently, fear is indeed a factor for me.I did not try any of the "street ...
Later, Natasha said a comment in my voice, "Treat yourself, girl."
I laughed. People keep telling me that I talk in a specific way. No shame for being thhe quirky one.
Near the end of our massage, I decided to get a facial too. My skin has been so digusting this semester. Beside, I wasn't in a rush to leave. Natasha decided to get a facial too.
During my facial, the worker gave me a shoulder and head ...
... the same.
An old Chinese man sat next to me on the flight, and even though he spoke no English and I was too shy to speak my Chinese, we had conversations without using any words at all. Sound effects, gestures, and laughs were key. The old man stared a lot, paying close attention to everything I did. I think he even took a picture of me while I was sleeping. I was warned that I would be under a lot of scrutiny because I am ...
... atrocious Chinese words that represented some vegetables on the menu. Like a bad record the Waitress repeatedly responded with “mei you” or don’t have. She then redirected me to some other options like lotus root, chrysanthemum leaf and some cow digestive organs. I peered at Beth, she was unphased by the thought eating the organs from her past experiences in 3rd world countries, though I didn’t think either of ...