A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing
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... Kay could have been making some terrible faux pas that we were oblivious to.
We noticed there were a quite a few men walking around with their t-shirts pulled up to their chest. These were not men with muscular torsos but fat men with their bellies hanging out. Wills and Dan found this very disturbing, apparently it is the behaviour ...
We left Tilly and Skippy in the carpark at Changping while we had a couple of nights in a hotel in Beijing. We took a bus and then the subway and the hotel was just around the corner. We had KFC for lunch while we waited to check in. The hotel is a Home Inn, part of a reasonably priced chain throughout China. Andy kindly used his gold membership to get us some discount.
After lunch we got back ...
... Metro to the Temple of Heaven, which was a very convenient way to get around, easy to use, and only cost $0.30 each for a trip. Signs and announcements were in both Mandarin and English.
The Temple of Heaven, constructed in the early 15th century, consists of several religious buildings set in a large, beautifully manicured park. The admission fee cost $6 each and it was a nice place to spend an afternoon. We noticed several ...
... businesses, railways and airport are owned by the government but that's about it. She could read through my question and said China and Vietnam are nothing like some of the other communist countries. There are something like 52 religions. 23 million people live in Beijing and two thirds of them are "floaters", people from outside Beijing. We also learnt that the average Beijing office worker's yearly income is $11,000. Rent on a 65m2 2 bed apartment semi CBD is $1,000 per ...
... along Wangfujjing Daji and Shanghai East Nanjing Road , dragging single men to expensive Chinese teahouses and making them foot monstrous bills.” Poor “art students (in my case a person telling me he is an art teacher) haunt similar areas press-ganging foreigners into art exhibitions where they are coerced in buying trashy art- just say no to both of them.
It pays to do some homework if you are a new traveler. To me this is a bit of old hat. But still ...