Beijing Airport Gold Route International Business Hotel
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... homework in the lounge on my floor, where Jesse and Brady were doing some work too.
Then, I returned to my room. As I walked to the kitchen on my floor to refill my hot water, I ran into Mohini. We then went to my room to drink some green tea. Mohini, Anthony, and I talked for a bit.
After tea, Mohini went off to do some homework. I did more homework. Later, I went to refill my hot water again. Mohini and Olivia saw me and asked me if ...
... jest turned into reality when there was this tiny dude with a cooler on top of the wall selling water bottles. I reached for a bottle and underneath I saw... you guessed it... GREAT WALL WINE. Score! We bartered it down to less than half price and set off to enjoy a toast at the top of this giant set of stairs.
... made sure to warn me about. With time to spare and a tummy-rumble that only seemed to grow louder as time went on, I found some breakfast and made my way to the hostel by foot. The fifteen-cent bun I found along a side street on my trek to my temporary home made for a delicious start to a city obsessed with food - of course, I had to eat something other than cookies.
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... The Great Wall will take a little more planning… mostly waiting actually, for the bus. I blow off the tour companies and opt for the public bus, but that means the long lines familiar to Communism. Ha! That’s about the only thing left of Communism here, "Chinese characteristics" indeed! I think they mean “Chinese characters,” i.e. in name only. You can see the wall at many places, probably most of them better than ...