Xiao Yuan Alley Courtyard Hotel
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We finally arrived in Beijing at 1:30am, and happily there was a driver to meet us. The fun started when we arrived at the hotel, which was fully booked until check-in time (midday). So we have spent a few hours on the sofa in the common area...obviously crossed wires...I did say we were coming early! So to while away a few hours we set out for …
... I passed!!!! So proud of myself! Confession: I put in bare minimum effort this semester.
Then, I walked into the lounge. People in the intensive Chinese language course were studying. Today was Eric's last day in Beijing. So sad that he was leaving.
When I walked into the living room in the lounge, Volleyball was sleeping on the couch.
For what I am doing for the rest of the day, I have no idea. Just so happy to be done with finals!!!!!
... the Squat type so we did not drink too much. LOL
After the Brews we continued around the lake and bought a few souvenirs.
We worked up an appetite - so found a local noodle shop - we always look for restaurants that have pictures so ...
... were really moved when Li Haiyang arrived because besides being a lovely person he had invited us to travel to Kaili to stay with his parents when we were four months into our work. This remains one of the most moving experiences for us, to be invited to stay in a family home. Pat remembers that they were embarrassed because they couldn't take us to the communal bathhouse because foreigners weren't allowed to be there.
Haiyang said to us that his parents ...
... also has security scanning check points and Mao's tomb doesn't allow any bags or cameras (although they did allow me to keep my phone, which has a phone in it (a bit weird that). They had flowers you could buy to place (I didn't bother) and a statue of Mao in a similar pose to Abraham Lincoln. The line was pretty efficient and when I saw the body I can't help but have felt that it felt constructed- a bit fake or trying to capture some ...