Changbaishan International Hotel
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... yard had many hallways and rooms where the Emperor and his many concubines lived. There were thresholds between each room and some of them were removable because one of the Emperors liked to ride his bike around the complex. We made it out of the Forbidden City after about 2 hours. If we didn’t have a guide to take us through, we probably would have gotten lost with all of the rooms and hallways. On our way to the bus, more “hello friends” were there and Lucia ...
... so you would think the meals would reflect that but we ate at around 2am and then again about 6am I think. Anyway, the food helped to settle my stomach which seems to go for about 2 hours happily on Travacalm and then needs a top up. As it stands now, 4 hours after landing, I'm still feeling a bit woozy, and feel as though we're moving (flying). I was happy to get out at Beijing, I had really had enough. Apart from about 45 minutes at Singapore, I'd been flying ...
... I passed!!!! So proud of myself! Confession: I put in bare minimum effort this semester.
Then, I walked into the lounge. People in the intensive Chinese language course were studying. Today was Eric's last day in Beijing. So sad that he was leaving.
When I walked into the living room in the lounge, Volleyball was sleeping on the couch.
For what I am doing for the rest of the day, I have no idea. Just so happy to be done with finals!!!!!
... museum. In Tiannamen Square, it is almost impossible to be a Lao Wei and manage to walk across the entire thing without at least one Chinese family or group of young people taking your picture simply because you are a foreigner and are alien / funny looking. We had about 7 or 8 taken by random people, finally just decided to embrace it and went all out with the poses, even decided (to the other tourists' delight) on photo-bombing people ...
... for good reason. The district was once an electronics manufacturing site. Small converted buildings now house tons of galleries boutiques and restaurants. The vibe is laid back, mellow artsy. An excellent choice for me. We check out shops and galleries and have a late lunch at "at cafe" A really nice after noon, sure to be ...