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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Five stars hotel that costs like a 3-4 stars one, in a perfect location.
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... getting on the train in China unlike at home, they eventually face up and wandered off despondently. Luckily we avoided this situation by having booked our tickets pretty far in advance and so it was super simple. We handed over our passports and booking references and about five minutes later were on our way again, tickets grasped firmly in our hands. Having anticipated many frustrating hours in queues we were delighted with how easy and quick it ...
... after being so tired from typing, I called my pal Monica back in Colorado. Missed her so much. I read her comment she left on my blog about missing me. For over ten minutes, I talked with Monica before I had to run off to my afternoon.
When I came down the stairs in my room, I ran into Greer and Garret. Greer always refers to me as babe. I love her Texan charm.
While I was walking to class, Miguel waved hi to me.
... weird. You know, noodles or something. I kept walking. Then I came upon KFC. Ada had said I should eat there before I leave, because it's different than at home. So, ok. Here I am. There was a sign at the entrance that showed a chicken burger, fries and drink for 15 RMB. Wow, that sounds good. So I got in line.
As I stand there, I'm thinking, "How do I tell her what I want?" Then I saw a similar sign by the cash register. OK, I'll just point ...
... people taking part in Tai Chi, Sam loved this, he took part with anyone who would have him, the people were really friendly and Holly is being treated like a film star with people wanting to have their photos taken with her. After lunch we went to Tiananmen Square which is of huge symbolic importance for China hence the large amount of police presence but not much else to see, ...
It took forever to get to the Summer Palace but it was so worth it.
It was a stunningly scenic location on a giant man-made/developed 2km lake and was almost deserted at this time of year, especially with temperatures in the minus. We got a bit lost on the way, confusing the metro stop closest to the Summer Palace with one miles away on the other side of the lake. Of course, no taxis in sight, we managed to jump on a bus and somehow bumble our ...