Hang Lu Airport Hotel
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... time (basically see the highlights of Beijing in 36 hours), and we rested. The opulent breakfast included two monks who stayed a very, very long time, as well as our nice waitress who instantly took a liking to Sebastian. In the evening after the crew got back from their Great Wall tour, Sebastian was feeling a lot better. Alli and I were jonesing to see something, anything, so we made sure Sebastian could handle it, and we hopped in two separate cabs to Tiananmen Square with ...
... entered into the Forbidden City. Gosh, was that a walk! The Forbidden City is huge! HUGE! The distance is one thirsty one. Hahaha, yeah because the temperature was in the highs today it was easy to get dehydrated. Advise to consider: if you are planning on touring a country during high temperatures, always carry water with you! Enough water. You will need it.
The Temple of Heaven is not considered a temple anymore. ...
For a country that apparently cares so much about "saving face" they seem to do a lot of fighting and quarreling in public.
My first experience happened shortly after I arrived in Beijing, and ventured off campus for the first time. Me and some new-found friends went to a Chinese fast food chain and witnessed a customer and an employee screaming at each other. The manager had to come over and physically restrain the employee, while urging her to go on break. ...
... br> (On a side-note: We found that when we go to the tourist attractions we become celebrities. Everyone takes pictures of us, takes pictures with us, smiles at us, talks about us. Many people who are from outside of Beijing don’t see foreigners often, so we are like aliens to them. It is quite amusing. Tonight we were all sitting on a curb eating Subway… of course people were snapping pics. “look at the americans eating American food!” ...
... see the Drum and Bell Tower which is near the Back Lakes Area so we decided to walk back to our hotel.
The next day I decided to take it easy so that Vinh could spend some quality time with his mum. She was very keen to go to Panjiyuan Dirt Market. This is a huge second hand/antique market which is best to visit on the weekend. As much as she enjoyed looking at the variety of things, She though that the prices were set very high so some serious bartering ...