Days Inn Joiest Beijing
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... son in Mandarin. Then the reverse for Maria. It was really nice.
There is the presentation of the money. Each set of parents presents their new child with an envelope. The grooms parents give a bit more than the bride's parents. The amounts are all pre set. Then the groom hands his envelope to the bride to symbolize that the bride will take care of the money. That part confused Jon and resulted in Cait and I yelling to him what ...
... be reading before bed everyday. Anyways the movie is kind of strange. It's half in Mandarin and half in English. It tells the story of four old Asian ladies and their stories from before the immigrated from China. Let me just say some sick, depressing **** happened. Teared up from time to time it was that bad. I read a few reviews on IMDB and they're all really good, praising the movie as "one of the best of the generation", and I would have to agree with them. ...
Hospitality Chinese style! Crazy ride at breakneck speed from the airport to some purported hotel in the countryside (not sure whether we would ever see the airport again as no one else spoke English). Amazing sites along the way, functional, communist architecture, people all loaded up on scooters and motorbikes, no helmet but face masks!.
So nice to ...
... SOooooyeah. Pretty neat. Going to get my Chinese name soon..also somewhat epic. But uh...nothing really seems to be eventful till..the weekend. I talked to some people today, to discover my listening skills VASTLY improved. I don't really know what it is. But I could just understand. Aha. I'm in a pretty jolly mood..even though I have to make the "doodoo walk" (as Eric dubbed it) everyday. Basically...in a nutshell..to summarize..all in all..it smells. Lots of poopy. ...
... Very cool.
Indeed the views were amazing and the breeze was divine. We enjoyed the park for a good 3 hours. From there we strolled to Bahai park and rented a battery powered boat (think pedal boat with no pedal). Lovely. Unfortunately, we miscalculated our lunch and since it was almost 2pm and we hadn't really eaten much, the kids were particularly fiesty and we could really blame them. But we had more on the agenda: the 798 art district. A ...