BEST WESTERN OL Stadium Hotel Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... I was only the third foreigner she had ever met. I was wondering if she was from Polk County Florida. It was the first time a woman had ever used me to practice talking. Oh wait, never mind, Renee does that every day. Actually I was quite pleased to help and I complimented her on how good her English was, which of course delighted her and all of her friends who had been watching in amazement, as she was so bold. Then they all took her picture ...
... on visitors. Our room 2104 facing East, tile floor, simple but elegant with a high ceiling and traditional furniture including a very large, firm bed. Delicious oolong tea provided. Arriving tired at 1.30 pm we pretended we were going to have a quick kip and then take a walk in the nearby park but awoke, instead, orested and hungry at 6.00 AM the next morning. (Bugger all exercise for 24 hours) Tuesday 16 September 7.30 breakfast and I tried congee for the first time. Quite honestly I ...
... communicate with my roommate Mike and other Chinese people in Chinese.
"I plan on learning Chinese after my semester ends." I said. "I really do like learning it."
Then we got in a conversation about if I was coming back to China in the future.
"You could come back for business trips." Jacky suggested.
"I don't know what job I will have." I said.
"Maybe China is just a step in your life." Jacky ...
... Korea), Bastian and Judi (France), Laura (Latvia), Ahmed (Egypt), and Steven (China/US). I absolutely love being in such an international group. It's really amazing and fun.
So our mode of transport was the subway. The street we went to is kind of like Times Square in New York City with garish lights, street performers, and lots and lots of people. We went down this crazy alley to the night market that has a beautiful gate at its entrance. Inside we found ...
... bus lines, ATMS, you always gotta be ready to push back as you can be next with your stuff on the counter and a Chinese person of any age will come along dump their stuff in front of yours ad demand to be seen. They have this terribly ego centrical concept of believing they shouldn't wait for anything, that they're the only person that exists, so if they wanna pay or order food, it should be now, no waiting, how dare they be made to wait. Don't worry, this belief ...