Beijing Regal Hotel Tower B
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the slow moving hordes of traffic. Lee told us that Beijing had 8 ring roads. On the way I spotted loads of Audis, Mercedes and Range Rovers mixed in with local cars and aggressive buses. I wondered how the local people could afford these luxury cars. Our driver, Mrs Wang turned out to have nerves of steel as she played chicken with the other drivers, scooters and slow moving pedestrians, to our quiet gasps. She took many calls on her mobile while we drove ...
So, yesterday was our second full day in Beijing, and I must say, I think that it was better than the first. We started off by visiting the Temple of Heaven, which was an absolute blast! The whole place is like a gigantic park in which groups of people are practicing dances singing, or my personal favorite, playing Jianzi. It was like a wooden hackie sack with feathers on the top, and one of the groups let me join it. It was so much ...
... I kid you not when I say that there was a plaque with four gold stars and an explanation posted outside this bathroom. Chris and I both got a good laugh out of that one, After several hours of wandering, we then spent a chunk of time trying to unwander ourselves to an exit, at which point we left the city and went on another trek to find Tiananmen Square.
Due to the breadth and chaos of major streets in Beijing, it is not uncommon for there ...
... for design. He took us back to the design school we visited earlier this week, and taught us how to do Chinese calligraphy and traditional Chinese ink painting. It was a neat thing to learn while being here in China. I was thinking about how 3 years ago, I was sitting in Fond du Lac High School, taking painting classes. I never in a million years would have believed that I would someday be learning Chinese ink painting in Beijing, China, at the ...
... or so of life, Jieying is the best roommate I've ever had! Chinese students also get this week off of school so many of the roommates in my program aren't in Beijing this week.
This past month I haven't done anything too wild, in fact I've spent a lot of time reading in the park haha!! I think I'm an old lady at heart, but here's an overview of the highlights:
-I returned to the Summer Palace with CET--this place is huge! ...