Beijing Zhejiang Hotel
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We came to Capital M tonight, the same brand as M on the Bund in Shanghai. Our poor taxi driver was getting stressed as he couldn't find the restaurant and we drove around the block by Tiananmen Square a couple of times. It was tucked in at the end of a block of modern hutung designed buildings, starting with a fabulous theatre at one end. There ...
We left the hotel at 10.15. Made our way to the forbidden city. Now realise why where we are is so quiet as they are all at the forbidden city! Decided to not go in ad queues so long. Made our way to Tianenmen square and on the way visited a garden that was wry tranquil. The square was amazing and full of police and security. ...
First thing I did this morning was do laundry and clean my room.
Then, I decided to walk outside of west gate to go the Starbucks in the Party World. I saw the Starbucks the other day when I was riding in a taxi. When I finally got to the Starbucks today, it was still under construction.
Still craving my green tea frap so much, I decided to walk to the WeLife Mall. I was surprised by how many people were at the mall. So thought that people would be at work ...
... boiled first.
2. Food is safe depending on our how our bodies handle it.
3. If an American guy chooses to date a Chinese girl, he needs to understand that the girl will take it seriously.
4. China is strict on drugs.
Then we had time a two hours lunch break. I met Olivia and Mohini today. They wanted to see the Olympics Green during the break. i agreed to come. We walked off campus to find the nearby subway line. Drivers did ...
... like Cornwall, but Cornwall has never seen or heard the like of the motorbikes and rickshaws which deafen and nearly kill you. But the lake is beautiful, especially at sunset and sunrise, with bathing ghats used by the locals.
At Pushkar, we were blessed by a Brahmin priest, a lovely ceremony which was a bit spoiled by him not being very impressed by how much money we were donating to the poor and demanding more; We liked the hippy ...