Beijing Desheng Hotel
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... We saw the Hutong area, a residential area that is unique to Beijing, with small alleyways for streets. They are centrally located, with very small footprint homes, ranging from 8 square meters to 20 square meters, few of which have a bathroom (residents use public toilets and showers). They are fairly low-rent homes, payable to the government in most cases, so many people want to live there, despite what to us seemed like a rather difficult way to live. The most ...
... all the best places to go to make your trip even more unique. We will make the most of your time in the DPRK to guarantee the experience of a lifetime. Fri 27th June 4PM - group assembles at our office for a pre-tour briefing which will last approximately 1 hour and is designed so that you will get the best out of your tour. Please be punctual – you can even come early, pay any outstanding tour fees and browse our art gallery and merchandise. Sat 28th June AM: This ...
... take cab. Beside, I might as well use my subway card before the semester ends.
Ricci Cafe is one of my favorite places to go to because it is clean, big and bright. The staff there provides excellent service. Today was my second time there. I ordered the turtle mocha and the Italian biang biang. When the Italian biang biang arrived, it had the same fat Chinese noodles called liang pi that I see everywhere. Later, the Chinese roommate Mark ...
... had very good Chinese food for a very low price.
The next day we visited the Forbidden City. As everybody who had seen it before recommended us to take a guide we decided to do so. In front of the entrance we found Marc an official tour guide with guide ID who was happy to show us the Forbidden City and to tell us everything about the Emperors and how it was like to live in the Emperor’s palace in the old times.
His English was very good although he had ...
... We had fried pumpkin, green beans with red peppers, fried rice, and a veggie wheat soup.
The Summer Palace was really pretty because it was beside a lake. It is so cold that the lake was frozen and people were walking on it.
Our last stop was at the Bird's Nest where the 2008 Olympics were held.