Boxin Hotel (Beijing Huguosi Street)
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... In addition we asked for a map (RMB 10) which turned out to be completely useless but it did contain some basic information about the particular sights standing within the complex.
Thus, we found out that the Summer Palace covered an area of over 290 hectares and became popular for the nice scenery thanks to the following features:
- West Hill and Jade Spring Hill silhouette against the imperial garden.
- Tall ancient pins and cypresses and ...
... fishing in the middle of frozen lakes. Finally the rows & rows of standard looking apartment blocks rise up in the distance and we arrive in Beijing. On arrival an elderly Chinese gentleman helps me find my hostel, when I wander the wrong way. His English is excellent although he speaks very slowly. At the hostel desk they say I need to leave a cash deposit for the key-card and the man helps me go to three different banks as my cards are declined at two ATMs. He's lived in Beijing ...
Day 22 - We start working on a plan to get of Beijing, three hours later and a hard morning of figuring things out, we get a plan together; take the train to Guilin in the south to get some warmth and to visit a much smaller city, onto Shanghai by train and then fly to Hong Kong.
In the afternoon we go to the Temple of Heaven Park, it's breathtaking and relaxing and far better than the Forbidden City and ...
... come from mountain biking accidents come out of all the rooms, I get my bones broken, end up paying anyway and wake up some time later with no wallet and passport.
I should never have been there in the first place and I knew that I'd lost miserably. I have since wondered if I could have fought it harder and what the outcome would have been but it would have been a world of trouble, that's what. Beating them at their own martial wasn't a realistic option, so I paid it and ...
... to Haibei park. This park is known for its White Pavilion which is a Buddhist Shrine. I went with Yang laoshi and two other girls who are in my tutoring group. Pics on Fbook.
It's good to talk to a native Chinese person around my age (he's 25). I feel more comfortable around him and he talks in a way that is easy for me to understand him. Bundled with the cultural knowledge, my meetings with him are quite invaluable. That's all for now.