Zhong An Inn (Dong Dan Hotel)
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I traveled by subway to pick up my dad from Beijing Internal Airport. I paid 2 RMB on my subway card from Wudaokou to Sanyuanqiao, from there I paid another 25 RMB to ride the airport express directly the the terminals. I guess its better than a taxiwhen considering value, but the ride was quite time consuming from my university to the …
... camels, and farmers. Natasha made it clear that people have the wrong idea about it. She said the Middle East is rather safe and not everyone lives in a hut or rides camels.
We both agreed that people have a misconception about a lot of places in the world, especially about Beijing. Beijing is actually far more developed than most people believe. The city is becoming international. A bunch of foreigners are coming to Beijing and choosing ...
... ordering dumplings. The dumplings in this restaurant weren't quite as refined as most that we have had, but they were very tasty. They were much bigger than normal and had been fried so that the bottom went really crispy and had a lot of the juice from the filling fried into it. For once, the filling was beef rather than the usual pork - it was like having a mini burger in each dumpling. They were excellent, but very greasy, making today a ...
... our first public toilet experience (we didn't go! Too much too soon!). In a Chinese restaurant we ordered from the pictures in the book; but they didn’t show that the chicken dish included the feet and the head!
On day two we had dumplings for breakfast. With our delicate stomachs we didn’t want to go to far so tried to order one dish of dumplings to share. But she was not letting us have only 3 dumplings; so we ended up having to ...
... western tradition of blowing our noses and sticking the tissue in our pockets. With all due respect, that is exactly what we did the first days - and intend to keep as a habit.
Peking Duck for Dinner and we found the restaurant in the lovely and vivid street just [ Dongzhimennei Street, Dongcheng District For all it's surprising name, the 'Ghost Street' refers to round-the-clock service. It gathers all main Chinese cuisine and is best known for the ...
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