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 …
... Also I think this is only needed when the currency of the country has less purchasing power than the currency you're used to...I guess you can use it for the other end of the spectrum where everything seems expensive and you need something to justify making purchases (ah I know that bottle of water is $50 but that's only 1/3 of a meal...I'll buy it).
Good luck and stay smart when shopping abroad guys!
Peace and you're welcome,
... yelled my name. He asked me where I was going. After I told him, he was concerned about if I knew where I was going. I told him that he had nothing to worry about since I had already lived in Beijing for a semester.
When I was walking to the subway station, people walked so slow. I can not stand how slow people walk. I moved passed them and rushed to the subway station.
After getting off of my final stop on the subway, I had no idea what ...
... to the Silk Market. I decided to go with them. It was somewhat scary to bargain there, but I fought hard to get low prices.
Even the way I wrapped my scarf made me remembered the first time I learned how to wear one. During freshmen year, I began an obsession with British fashion. I remembered loving the way the actor Eddie Redmayne (starred in My Week with Marilyn and Les Miserables) because he looked charming and high class. When I brought my ...
... with no toilet paper.
Our legs are really sore from all the walking but thankfully
we don’t have any blisters (yet!). It’s very strange when out in the street as
lots of the locals stare and take pictures of you. Some even ask to take
pictures with you whilst some try to do it discreetly and assume you don’t
notice. Once one person takes a picture everyone rushes to take one too. Also
when we take group pictures, a group of local ...