Beijing Jianguo Hotel
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On Saturday morning my flight touched town in the Beijing airport at 11:45am and it took less than five minutes to go through immigration! I couldn’t believe it! As soon as I made it to the hotel I called my parents to let them know I was still alive before settling in and trying to get some rest. I couldn’t quite fall asleep, so I decided to watch Monster’s University on TV instead. While I was hanging ...
... with their hosts in the coming days. The
next class for the girls, Chinese Art. Learning the fine skill of the beautiful
art form of Chinese Calligraphy. All the girls enjoyed learning this new skill,
and eagerly displayed their artwork. Lunchtime was spent partnered with each of
their buddies, enjoying their traditional meals of rice, dumplings, vegetables
and bananas. Free time followed, with games of basketball ...
... and there. Well let's just say the Forbidden city has a lot of "important" buildings in it and these little guy's were everywhere. Darren was determined to find out their meaning before we left, and once he got it into his head, there was no stopping him.. Just before we left the area we finally found a plaque explaining the importance of them. Don't worry we got a picture so you can read up about it :D but ...
... and we each shared a dorm. Staying on campus meant we had to suffer from ‘timed’ hot showers but hey, we had some simple privileges such as hiring our own bicycles as the main mode of transport around the monstrous university grounds. There were a couple of times me and a friend struggled in the technique of riding sensibly like all the other students, and properly balancing our groceries ...
... and colloquially known as the Water Cube, which is an aquatics center that was built alongside Beijing National Stadium in the Olympic Green for the swimming competitions of the 2008 Summer Olympics. Despite its nickname, the building is not an actual cube, but a cuboid (a rectangular ...