Beijing Hepingli Hotel (Hepingli North Street)
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... anyone who climbs the wall is called a hero. I was in awe of the place, and truly grateful that I was able to experience it.
At 11ish, we moved onto the Ming Tombs (didn't really think much of that - I mean after the wall nothing really compares). A light lunch, and then we visited a Jade Factory and a Pearl Factory, both of which were really interesting and quiet breathtaking in their own right.
... huge. Chinese people would stare at him. Anthony was the practical one due to his engineering background. He knew how to fix things. While I was the quirky one, who demanded highly valued style and taste. Anthony would love come up with his own version of Chinese (can't think of one at this moment).
For this semester, I quested for a Chinese roommate because I wanted to work on my Chinese and experience living with a foreigner. For my whole college life, I lived ...
... isn't nice, but it should get the job done. Unfortunately it is on the 5th floor, and of course there are no elevators or anything so I will have fun lugging my luggage up 5 flights of stairs.
The campus seems very nice though, I will take pictures.
Also my laptop plug doesn't fit in my travel adapter so until I get a new one I have no way of uploading pictures.
... ever experienced in my life. It's all really beautiful until you are in a hotel and they are going off until 3 am. Welcome to China, Chanel! haha! Chanel picked up a girl in the lobby before I arrived: Julietta from Switzerland. She is new to China and will be spending her next 6 months studying at the University...she came along with us and it was exciting to see China through 2 new sets of eyes.
We spent our days in Beijing ...