Doubletree by Hilton Beijing
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... with other motorcycles and human powered bicycles. Now they are not necessarily meant for, say, those with my particular girth, though I have seen mothers and children in these things. But time being of the essence, I bartered with the driver and we finally agreed on 40 RMB which was reasonable. So into the back I ago as the tricycle moves with speed and finesse through bumpy roads and sharp corners. He did get ...
... in binders that were on the table, so you had to look them up alphabetically by song name. That always bugs me, it’s much easier for me to remember artists than specific songs. Anyway, we had some fun singing various crazy songs for three hours as people slowly fell asleep.
Once our three hours were up, we grabbed three taxis for the nine of us and headed home. Getting in the main gate is easy because it’s open 24/7, ...
... accurate description that is. I was seated beside a man who loved to speak to the others across from us in a boisterous voice and with the use of many hand gestures, the result of which shook his body and, consequently, my own. He must have tired out at some point, because the constant movements came to an end. "At last, I can get some needed sleep." Not so. I've never been one to be capable of sleeping whilst ...
... have whatever he's having" Whoops. We pick up our food...annd. wait. What is this? The garlicy noodles look/smell pretty good..but what is that black sludge? Yeahh..this is a normal and moderately traditional Beijing Zaofan (breakfast). So i did my best to woof down the noodles..still weird for me for breakfast, but hey. That's why I'm here. But then..well look. The sludge was garlicky sludgy soup, in which the main ingredient was innards. I'm honestly not that picky. ...
... who has their hand on the bar, and even the bar tenders does it a few time as well, so keep that in mind. If you ever are in the Shuangjing area of Beijing, be sure to stop by the brick, you will not be disappointed.
The National holiday was fun, and a nice break from work. After I then had to hang out with a US representative visiting the China Office. I saw the Great Wall again. I went to the ...
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