Airport Garden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Whenever we set out on these long trips, I always view this day with mixed emotions. First, you are excited to start your journey. Second, I dread (maybe a little too strong) the ridiculously long flights that we typically take to get there. Today, we are flying non-stop to Beijing. This will take 12 hours 50 minutes, flying in coach on a Boeing 777 (nice plane). We will leave Los Angeles at ...
... the Kumart. Which was a very strange experience. Bought some coffee and water. Everything was is Chinese so again we had no idea what we were doing. Found McDonalds as well just in case!! We walked the whole way round the forbidden city walls which is surrounded by a moat. It's beautiful. It was a really long walk. We went to the south exit not realising you can only enter from the north so had to walk all the way round which took about 25 ...
... opened into a huge mall area. They have fast food and high end retailers and yes, the rich and beautiful people. It's really nice to find this area so close to my hostel since before it took forever to walk to any food.
My roommate Peter just left to finish the rest of his trip for a few weeks and now I have the whole room alone. Some ABC (American born Chinese) was here but haven't seen her in a while. I washed my clothes in the sink and not really the same affect. Also ...
... pushing and shoving to get out of the door, once they got out onto the platform, the all sprinted the 200m to the train to secure their seat for the 1 hour journey. Very funny.
Neil joined in and managed to secure us a seat on the very last carriage. We arrived at the wall only to be disappointed as it was very misty and visibility was drastically reduced. We decided to give it a ...
... Revolution. For a non-museum person, I really enjoyed it.
Everyone is getting ready for the start of the Chinese New Year, our equivalent of New Years Eve for the Chinese calendar is on Saturday night, into Sunday. 2012 was the year of the Dragon, and at the weekend we’ll be entering the year of the snake. More to come on that later……..
Having had lots of snow, the temperatures are set to drop at night this week to -18 at ...