Yuyang Hotel (Pinggu)
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... and have a conversation in Chinese and go over the grammar points that we went over in class so we can personally ask questions if we have them. We also have Chinese Table every Wednesday, where we go out to a restaurant in the city with our Chinese class and talk throughout the whole meal in Chinese! Today we had quite a variety of foods, as China does eat family style. We had fried rice (of course), beef and veggies, fried ice cream, green tea cake, ...
... foreigners to experience and understand these things which have deep cultural significance. It really makes me wish we had similar practices in Canada.
So in this last week I have plans to hit up a few places in Beijing I haven't been to yet and to spend some time with my friends before I leave. It's so hard to believe that in just over a week this adventure will be coming to a close!
Day 1 Today we went to Tian'anmen Square and the Forbidden City. This time going to Tian'anmen and when I went to Tian'anmen in high school were basically the same: lots of Chinese people wanting to take pictures with me. This time going to the forbidden city was not as good as the first time. Last time I really like it. This time it was only so so. I'm not sure why. It could have been because the weather wasn't very good. The Forbidden ...
... a coffee and were shocked to find out that each mug had cost us the equivalent of £8 - but their WiFi did work and the coffee was very good!
We are currently sitting next to the departures board waiting to see that our flight has been cancelled/delayed/redirected or some such thing - it wouldn’t surprise me at all!
I’ll update this if/when we get to Beijing and if there is internet in the hotel, which given our success rate today is highly ...
... as in the seat cars. There aren’t people standing around filling up the aisle or entrance way. It’s not as noisy (usually) and the bathrooms tend to be a bit cleaner.
I arrived in Beijing a bit after noon and I thought that I’d have an easy time of getting
to my hotel, L'hotel du Palais Rouge (Lama Temple) , by taking the metro lines. Wrong.
Apparently my map of the ...