Ramada Parkside Beijing
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... is next door at a restaurant. One egg, watermelon, very delicious bacon, and toast. Then we found the ever critical ATM, paid the hostel, and headed for the subway. English signage in the subway was pretty good, although their was a general snafu when we were tying to get out through a turnstile. Several seemed to be finicky, letting one person through then locking on the next person. We were caught up in a mob of Chinese, everyone was excitably yelling back and ...
... at the new growth with both hands, leaving the rural centres in droves and seeking out the city life in their millions. For example in Beijing 10 years go the population was 14 million. It is now 23 million! Our plane journey took three hours from Hong Kong and was uneventful. We had a certain amount of trouble negotiating around Hong Kong airport, i.e. trying to find terminal 1. Finally asking someone who kindly explained to us we were standing in terminal 1! Those ...
... was a squatting room which did not flush but did actually have toilet paper. This is definetly new to me and I dont know if I could ever get used to it. However, I did it! After dancing for a few hours we regrouped and headed back to campus with a slew of taxi's again. I am so very exhausted and happy that we get to sleep in tomorrow (Sunday). So far in the three days that we've been here/traveling, my FitBit wrist tracker has counted 25,843 steps or about 10.62 ...
Where to begin. Last Entry I found myself in a familiar noodle hut in the early hours of the morning. Since then it has been a trying start to this adventure. I set out to continue my studies of this language. I intentionally kept my expectaions low and within reason. That said it has been a trying experience and to be expected. It makes me think, how difficult it must have been ...
... Teahouse, located at the 2nd floor of Shifanghaoting, no. 16 Xinyuan Nanlu, is closed during Spring Festival. We came to the restaurant by a taxi, 20 minutes of drive, and it cost us RMB$100.00. We thought that taking a taxi would get us faster to the destination than taking a subway train, as the time required to walk to the subway station, wait for the train, change line and walk all the way to the restaurant, would at least takes 1 hour.
The restaurant ...