Sunny Capital Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 5 Australians, 2 from London & one American lady in our group & our tour leader is Lithuanian. We all went to a nearby restaurant that night & the food was good.
On the first day our tour leader took 3 of us (the others had been there) around past The Forbidden City to Tian’anmen Square, which was not a long way from where we were staying. Our leader left us to do our own thing & the 3 of ...
... in China over another delicious meal. We experienced some interesting Chinese dishes such as pigs blood and duck tongue. I tried everything and it was great! An interesting thing I learned throughout the week in China is that people in Beijing rarely speak English. Jilly had told me that this was the first time she was speaking English since the ATW80 program from the year before. It was nice being able to speak with them. I ...
... like. It was fun to try all these new things and Lily loved it all, especially some leek soup that she wanted to drink right out of the bowl (we'd seen them feed her this way at the orphanage). We're very ready and excited to come home but not looking forward to the journey. We go to the airport at 1:45 tomorrow, so there'll be just enough time to run out for some things we still need and then pack. The Shipley's will be on the flight with us so that ...
... a truck or bus drives by propelling dirt and exhaust in your face, only here this was a constant. The three of us made it to my hotel for check-in. We had been planning on grabbing some of the famed Peking Duck for dinner, but it was already after 8pm and Drake needed to check-in at his own hotel so there was no time. We exchanged contact information, I thanked him and his girlfriend for their immense help, and made my way to my room.
... point, no one was around other than these "taxi drivers" and tuk tuk drivers, and I can't explain to any of them where I need to go...not even by pointing at a point on the map. Eventually, I managed to get him to call the hostel for directions. He grabbed my bag and started toward an unmarked car. I thought in my head, this is how all scary stories start.. It was fine. He made a few stops because he had trouble figuring out where the hostel was (it ended ...