Days Inn Joiest Beijing
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... there because while we could find the train station and navigate while we were there, we didn’t realise that
trains in China shut down at 11. So discovering this at 10 oclock that night,
was not exactly the most welcoming of news. We considered taking a taxi but
none of us (At this point we had met up with some other girls who had also
ditched the group) knew enough Mandarin to navigate ourselves back home. At
this point I was cursing myself for ...
... a cabin on a train, which we only did that one night in the end. After showering and getting out of our smelly train clothes we went for a quick walk around the block. Except it wasn't quick. The blocks here are quite large. We got back in time for the bars happy hour. One beer normally costs 15 Yuan (about £1.60) but at happy hour it's 2 for 1! Bargain! After happy hour the hostel set up a dumpling party. This is as great as it sounds. They give you the dough and the meat, ...
... 160; When we returned to our hotel, after dinner we had our first formal meeting with the CAEIE (Chinese Association of Education In English) which was a tedious 3 hour affair, but at least we knew what we would be facing the following day. What happened today and our first experiences of teaching I will leave for another day. Hope you are all well and sorry for the length of this piece, they will be shorter in future haha. All the Best Andrew =) ...
... us, as it would not make enough money etc. We finally found a driver, who was willing to bring us back – well, not really useful though, we got literally stuck in the traffic. In 25 minutes we only moved about 20m. He suggested us to leave the car and rather go by metro. Well; it was actually a hands-and-feet conversation – very funny. However, it was the best what we could do and as I knew where we needed to go ...
... occupied by buildings. The rest is covered with neat rows of ancient juniper and cypress trees. Keeping it tidy is evidently very important - you aren’t allowed to walk amongst the trees and I even saw a woman sweeping the grass between them. I mean, I can understand cutting grass, but sweeping it? Some of these trees are in themselves marked sights of interest , such as the Cypress Embracing Pagoda Tree and the Nine Dragons ...