Beijing Zhejiang Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not want to be detained in China or the like. Hell, I was communicating with a tour company in Beijing earlier today and at the bottom of their email was a disclaimer that because of the "tight controls" sometimes the emails might not go through so if I didn't hear from them after a certain amount of time, clients should inquire again. I can just imagine what being "controlled" at immigration would be like. No thanks.
Speaking of China, ...
... as possible. Although very grim, my illness has at least allowed some of my old travel buddies, Kaili, Laurent and Alex to finish their Mongolian adventures and travel over to Beijing. It seems their onward travel plans now align with mine. The low point of the trip so far serves for something ...
I'm writing this post to complain the fact that I am currently coughing my lungs out. By far the WORST part of Beijing is the pollution. They had the APEC meeting here for the last 2 weeks so the weather has been pretty good. Since all the world leaders were coming, Beijing basically shut down everything that pollutes the air...factories were closed down, people couldn't drive, ...
... of people on the subway.
"I don't know why people think I go to Loyola Chicago." I told Andra.
She gave a puzzled look.
"I don't see myself as Loyola Chicago material." I explained.
Once our talk was done, I went to my room to finish reading. Natasha and I wechatted. I told her that I so did not want to study Chinese. For ten minutes, I whined to her.
Today, I regained my curiosity for things again.
... was anything but simple! Also these kids definitely know how to flatter me and win me over. The first thing they taught me was hello. The second, 'you are so beautiful', because, to quote Kevin, 'we think you are so beautiful'. Oh kiddies, stop it, you're making me blush!
In today's lesson I learnt my Chinese name, Shi Dai Fen Ni. Apparently means something to do with beautiful smells and magenta colour! I also learnt twinkle twinkle little star in Chinese. More ...