Qianyuan International Business Hotel
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It was a shame to leave Shanghai but I was keen to see Dave and Jing, Jenny (the boss of GV's old China operation) and to hook up with Dave again before the left for Australia so I got on the overnight train the day before he left. I got the slow train this time so that there was plenty of time for a good nights sleep. The journey was pretty …
I'm at the Beijing airport right now waiting to get on a flight to Shanghai. Today is Wednesday. On Monday, a tour guide took us to many places around Beijing. We had breakfast in the restaurant at the hotel, then met the tour guide in the lobby. Beibei, Jason, San, Sineerat, Jason's friend (with his sister and mother), Beverly (an American tourist …
We arrived in Beijing and were taken to the hotel by a guy that leads a tour group. It is a very nice hotel called Qian Yuan and I think we get a discount again because of Jason's connections. The room that Beibei and I share has 2 beds, 2 chairs with a table for a sitting area, a desk, a TV, an entire kitchen (with fridge, freezer, microwave, sink …
... Chinese people are shocked when they hear me speak English. They assume that I am a local.
Once we got off the subway, I guided Corrine to the Veggie Table.
"See, I know where I am going." I said.
"Yeah, you do." Corrine responded. "You actually go out and see Beijing."
"I hate being on campus." I said.
When we entered the Veggie table, it was a bit pack. Corrine was in heaven when she saw the menu. "I want to ...
... us if we were travelling to Badaling, and where we're from. They were from Argentina. That appears to be the end of that conversation. They go and sit miles away Some bird is constantly shouting gibberish over the tannoy on the train and many people attempt to sell us a variety of **** in Chinese, we just nod politely and pretend to be morons. Thankfully we only have to put up with it for an hour and 20 minutes. There seems to be lots of "Peoples Party ...
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