Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... just chose it
because it had the word party in it) The game itself did seem all that hard to
run but explaining it looked difficult. The aim of the game was to get the
class to practise their conversational English by discussing with members in
their groups who they would like to invite to their figurative party and why. I
would then get them to share with the class their reasons for who they picked.
I think I overthought everything because I just ...
... bit, and among other things "getting some dong" when she got back (poor Tom!) then went to pack for the train. This time the train was Mongolian, and looked quite flash compared to the Chinese one we had before. We had other people in our cabin too, which was a bit of a shame but they were nice and it was only for a day so it didn't matter too much. Tom and this American guy Rob were in the next carriage along from us. Rob was an interesting fellow. He got on the train to ...
... and various reviews, we were relieved to have a nice first meal at the restaurant chosen by our guide. Although the strange looking spit protectors on the waitresses were a bit worrying. It was the First 24 hour restaurant in Beijing apparently. They were quite sparing with the free drink we were all entitled to with the meal, a pattern that was to be repeated.
Everyone returned back to their rooms for an early night. The rooms were very ...
... day, which by the way isn't really something you can cram for. During the exam, I was getting a good idea of what was being said the first two times the recording was played, and I was waiting for the third time the recording would be played to solidify my guess, but it never came! At the end of the exam the teacher said she wouldn't be able to play the recording a third time. Yes, she waited until AFTER the exam was over. Thanks for the ...
Yesterday, we finally met Benson, our ACTE coordinator, and the three participating travel professionals from the Perth, Bangalore and Dallas. After a delicious joint breakfast, we went to the Great Wall which is about an hour drive away from Beijing. Even though, I had seen it before, I joined because it is overwhelming. Unfortunately, the smog was quite bad, so you could hardly see the Wall climbing the hills.
During our ride to the Wall, Benson ...