Xiao Yuan Alley Courtyard Hotel
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... for the trip I reckon. Shoes, bags electronic goods was all on sale at very cheap prizes. It was a 6 floor indoor mall and the quality of the fake goods was spot on. I think we'll be back one day with empty suit cases. So after our breakfast this morning and nearly missing the train we have another 4 hours until we reach Xi'an...the home of the Terracotta Army! I've been looking forward to seeing this for a long time. Until the next time.... ...take it ...
... like. Chinese people just think it's fog. You can literally smell and taste the exhaust gross particles in the air. The ratings go: healthy, slightly polluted, protection recommended, unhealthy, hazardous, off the scale/ no rating... Last year my AQI said 700, but the rating was "healthy".... Guess they roll back over to zero! Enjoy ...
... felt rushed and people felt a little more self-involved than other crowds I've experienced. I landed in Beijing and made my way easily to baggage claim (plenty of signs in English). After baggage claim I went to find international arrivals where Kelley and I decided to meet. We chose this location because on her arrival she noted that this section of the airport had only one 8 foot wide shoot from which people were meant to exit. When I gotto international arrivals, I ...
... a place for the emperor and his people to escape the oppressive summer heat. The majority of the acreage is taken up by a lake that has a beautiful tree-lined path that goes all the way around it. Also, there are many beautiful bridges that link different parts of the lake to one another. We actually saw a man swimming, although we are pretty sure you aren't supposed to do that. We made our way around the lake, caught a late lunch at Pizza Hut, and caught ...
Sat 12th May
I arrived in Beijing by Bullet train from Shanghai. This is the high-speed train which takes 4.5 hours to get to Beijing - a most comfortable journey. I met two very sweet Chinese girls who are doing their Masters in Economics at Beijing University. They have already secured jobs in Banking in Shanghai when they finish they graduate. They invited me to see their campus and have lunch with them while I am in Beijing. Will get to ...