- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was considered an international flight. Lucia told us that she was going to miss all of us and gave us her email address so if were ever in Beijing again to let her know. She was starting to tear up a bit too. It was upsetting to leave her because we were with her for 4 days and she really was a great tour guide. After I got my plane ticket, I got a picture with her then headed to the gate. Meanwhile, I went through the most intense security screening of my life and my bag ...
... Today we went to the Temple of Heaven which is set within a park. It is a lovely place and local Chinese people meet there to do Tai chi, dancing and badminton (well similar except instead of bats they uses their feet to his the shuttlecock) and well as a popular board game similar to chess. Tonight I am boarding my first ever overnight train, we are in cabins of 6 people with bunk beds so I think it will be a fun experience but I'll report on that after! Next stop ...
... in, it is a moment of time. It shows the formal part of Beijing against the modern construction happening now. I chilled at a bench outside the hutong.
While I was chilling, I saw two moms with their little kids. The kids had a slit behind their pants. Their butt was exposed. I hadn't seen that since my arrival in Beijing.
I finally decided to return to campus. When I got to my stop, I saw Taha walking, I dashed behind him, Zack, and Christ, "Where are ...
... the hotel by 9am. First stop was Mangyongdae Native house, the birthplace of President Kim Il Sung and where he spent the earliest years of his life. It was essentially a traditional straw house set in a pretty grassy area dotted with trees. We couldn't work out whether this was actually were he was born or another propaganda stunt, however the house seemed quite out of place! As usual we got the VIP treatment with the locals having to queue ...
... you not to touch the bronze statues cordoned off, all the Chinese were leaning over to give everything a good rub. As a result, all the bronze statues are being worn away and large shiny patches on them. But as with everything, if there is an opportunity to ruin it, the Chinese will be right there. Towards the northern end are the 'gardens'. These gardens are displays of weathered rocks - all worn away into pretty shapes! Also some strange shaped trees that look like they ...