Dragon Spring Hotel Beijing
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... quickly as possible. But then, as luck would have it a Chinese passenger popped up and claimed excitedly 'I did a First Aid course few years ago, you need to lay him on his side'. And of course the torture team decided to listen their Chinese compatriot and promptly laid him on his side. Now for the record this is normally OK if there are no obstacles or danger in the way but when you try to lay an adult man across 2 plane seats where the arm rests don't go up you create a ...
... more less to order with a bottle of water, and a pack of 'Classic American Flavour' crisps. These turned out to be mildly salted, despite their description.
Boarding the Bullet: The bus stopped some distance from the West Station, we hauled our stuff off while YF prematurely gave Mrs Wang and Lee their tips. He then lead us on a hike to the station which was couple of hundred metres away, awkward with all the luggage. Then more security checks, which were ...
... ate breakfast before going off to tutoring.
During my tutor, Jacky and I looked over what I learned yesterday in class. Using my notes, Jacky asked, "ni he shi you xiangchu ma?"
"Shenme (what)?" I asked.
Jacky repeated himself again, but I was still confused.
"shi you," Jacky said, "roommate."
"Oh." I said. "I was told tongwu was roommate."
"tongwu is odd to use." Jacky explained. "Generally, we use shi you."
... The final stop was the Red Theatre for a 'lively Chinese Kung Fu Show.' I expected some fighting but it was basically a show about how Kung Fu began, still pretty good, but a bit disappointing not to see fighting. Show was good, had a beer, life was good. Got outside and had the standard harassment of people trying to sell you things, this time lasers, just what I needed. When I say try and sell you stuff, I mean literally go right next to you and invade your ...
Woke up early (over and over again, thanks to the jetlag) and finaly went down to the lobby for my hotel courtesy breakfast. Wow. And wow. Delicious food-I favored the bacon, the mushrooms sauteed with who-knows-what-kind-of-sauce , and the copious dragonfruit. I have sampled dragonfruit at Wegmans ($10 a pound!!) and it didn't even come close to being as good as this was.
After breakfast I went walking in search of the Temple of Heaven. ...