Century Huangshan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... and couldn’t help but stare, then continued our walk home. Jet lag kicked in hard and I promptly passed out upon returning to their apartment.
On our first full day in Beijing we got the bus into town and checked the historical center to the city. But not before Anna’s ‘Uncle’ bought as a massive breakfast. We saw ‘Qian Men’ (Gate to the old city) and ‘Tianemen Square’ which I generally didn’t recognize despite ...
... Stadium Store.
I went to the basement lounge to get started on my Chinese homework before my tutoring. Avery was nice to clarified my questions on Chinese. The homework was not that bad. I was actually able to study the characters before Jacky showed up.
We went over my exam and the grammar I learned today. Then I had the dialogue from the textbook. I was able to read it, except three characters. They were old characters I forgot. We ...
... After the taxi ride from airport to the hostel in Beijing, I was relieved to see a comfy bed and OK a typical Asian en suite. I slept well and could not wait to get going on my first day in Beijing.
Day one. Tiananmen Square and forbidden city. A strange feeling came over me. Remembering the footage of the massacre there in 1989. Today it is a peaceful place. Tourists and locals gathering to have a picnic. Security is still tight. To get to the ...
... to see an American play presented by the L.A. Theaterworks company. The play is Top Secret, a historical drama set during the Nixon era pre Watergate. More on that momentarily. Last night ...
... those cooler temperatures were just starting to roll in when we arrived, so we missed the air conditioning a little bit.
The major highlights of the week were our several excursions to some of Beijing's most famous landmarks: The Forbidden City, The Great Wall, and the Summer Palace. We also had an excursion to the nearby city if Tianjin...but there's not much to say about that day except that I don't wish to remember it. If you don't ask, I won't mention, deal? ...