Dragon Spring Hotel Beijing
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... treated to the local Chinese food - We fell in love with their Kung Pao Chicken dish, much different from at home - but we do have to admit that we are comparing these authentic Chinese food to ****** take-out Chinese food. One thing that did surprise us was that there were no Chinese fortune cookies, and when we asked our guide about it he just looked at us very puzzled, which ended that conversation because we were pretty sure he thought we were really stupid Americans for asking. ...
... It put me at ease because they were learning and so was I. It was okay to make mistakes. I think sometimes as well, even though many have told me that I am good at learning languages, I still get nervous even though it is was I like doing but I am just realizing more and more that it's okay if you are afraid...the important thing is that you keep going. After class as I was waiting for my student's mom, one child came up to me with a piece of paper and was motioning for me ...
... in one morning! If you bring a picnic you could easily spend the whole day here. After a little nap on a bench in the park (yes I had to have a power nap, walking through the whole park tired me out) I quickly walked to my next stop... Tianemen Square and the Forbidden City which is technically now called the Palace Museum. The walk there was a bit grey and long but the amazing views when I actually got there was wow! ...
... taxis. By the time I was in my own taxi I looked behind to see hundreds of people lining up. Wow - good work Reefman!
30 minutes later my taxi driver (who was really good) finally found my hotel, in the older downtown area. I have to say, the area looked grimy but very "authentic". I loved it. And the hotel was amazing. I seriously think it was the best hotel I'd stayed in yet, and only about $60 per night. So I very happily settled in and got to bed at about midnight ...
... stop, that its temporary. In 15 years when they can no longer live with all the pain and have ...