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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... a replacement for the water cooler we have. When the delivery came, 2 big boxes of big bottles of Perrier water arrived instead! Lost in translation!
Walking around near Jenny Wangs you will find a Starbucks, Burger King, Baskin Robins, and some other small shops. See pictures...the area is kind of cute and I imagine even better in the warmer months when more people are out walking around.
Today, I did not want to go to Chinese. My mind wanted a break. Yet, I got up and went to get my sandwich before reviewing for my dictation.
When I went to the basement lounge to review, I ran into the tall Laura. We chatted for a bit. She invited me to hang out today, but I already made plans.
For class today, we learned that saying "Nali. Nali." was the old fashion way for a person to be coy when he got a complement. When our teach taught us that, the ...
... at a nearby supermarket (I have some new cashew crackers I'm interested in trying as well as Najung's cucumber-flavored potato chips) and then take a brief break at the hotel before heading out to dinner. Along the street near the hotel, we found a small dumpling shop where we had the cheapest meal so far, and it was delicious. We raised our glasses (or, in this case, plastic cups) to another with Beijing beer, too, which was quite good and ...
... time we caved to the pressure to get a meal at the golden arches. Plus, we knew the Biggs had planned on taking us to a traditional dumpling place for dinner, so we figured we could afford a little western food. The dumpling place was so delicious (can't remember the name right now), but I am happy to say that they have a location in LA, as well as many other cities. We will visit again. We ordered small pork dumplings, chicken soup dumplings (they have a ...
... wasn't pink eye. Luckily our group had made a list
of English speaking hospitals in the city, and as an NIU student I
possessed an international ID card which included insurance whenever
I'm abroad. But as we were ready to leave for a major university
within a few minutes, I was given the option to decide my own fate as
an adult. Ride to a hospital crying and clutching a stuffed
panda...Hang around my room all day watching Chinese game shows and
staring at my eyes in ...