BEST WESTERN Grandsky Hotel Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 8221;. Its seriously a challenge for me so I kept getting frustrated using google translate with grocery workers trying to find fresh milk.
Finally a dear boy who was in University said “Can I help you?” Yes I say please- he helps the experience and we find the milk (in little pocket satchels- hence why I couldn’t recognize them) and we were off back to home.
After a little soup we watch some movies and head to bed. We are ...
... and incorporating the grammar points we learned that week. It's just a 5 minute basic conversation. Instead of a test this week (the last week!!!), we must give a speech in front of all 41 SYA students. Obviously since there are 5 levels of Chinese here, the speakers will all have a wide variety of capabilities. Our class, level 1, will most likely speak about our family, school, friends and hobbies. Ready to conquer the last week of school! In the classes Global ...
... to Seattle. On the way, we passed Mount Rainier. I thought the mountains we'd been passing were huge, yet Mt. Rainier towered above the others, high above the clouds and covered in snow. It was one of the most beautiful sights I've ever seen. At Seattle we had a three layover, and then we boarded the next plane, destination: Beijing. Despite the fact that this flight was over ten hours long, it was actually wasn't half bad. The plane was spacious, the food was edible, ...
... holiday - or when we were travelling.
We "did" The Temple of Heaven, Tiananmen Square, The Great Wall the Ming tomb, toured the Congress Hall of the People and the Forbidden City, enjoyed the acrobats show and ate Peking Duck and also saw the Birdsnest and Bubble of the Olympic stadium and swimming venue!! All in 3 days!! It's pretty full on but most enjoyable and now relaxing ...
... Almost everything is spoken in Chinese, though my supervisor speaks fairly good English. At work I use QQ, China’s most popular IM service, to talk with my colleagues, and signing onto it is the first thing I do everyday. People here very much enjoy using emoticons; everything from peace signs to what I think is a dancing mole is used for expression. From 12 pm – 1 pm there is a lunch break, and during lunch I go out with the colleagues, ...