Four Points by Sheraton Beijing, Haidian Hotel and Serviced Apartments
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Our travel to China began flying from the closest airport Oakland, International Aiport en route to LAX on the afternoon of July 31, 2013. Our actual boarding date with Air China was at 0100 in the early morning of August 1, 2013.
We arrived LAX at a little past 12:30 pm, hoping to see if our son and his girlfriend would be able to come …
... us- probably thinking 'bloody hell, no wonder Europeans are so fat- look how much they eat!!! Greedy *******s!!' Lol. We realised at this point that the locals ordered three dishes between three of them! Ooopppss. The bill came to about £50, which you'd expect to pay in the UK, but we've budgeted about £100 a day including hotels etc- oh dear, well we should claw some money back when we get out of the city. As we were about to leave, ...
... through, which was trapped in the outer door. I eventually squeezed through to some shocked faces, both from the guys inside and from Rose and Sergei who were left on the platform. Lei continued to tell me that the doors don't stop for people and the only way to open them is by breaking the glass and pulling a lever. He also told me that a man had recently died from being trapped in the doors. Calamity Jane strikes again. How many lives do I have left? We waited for ...
... in the envelope (which had his address on it) and send it to him. I think he would like other stuff from the US too. On the back of the envelope was a stamp which said "Long Live The Great Unity Of The People Of The Whole World." This was just a really nice cultural moment, which I will remember for the rest of my life. I will definitely be sending him something when I get back to the states. I love the stamped quote, it's a small world and we are all not as different as ...
... I asked him whether he read any poetry, to which he replied that he was partial to Shakespeare's sonnets, particularly sonnet 14, "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?". Wooooo! The one sonnet I actually know. I was able to redeem myself by reciting it back to him. Complete disgrace narrowly avoided. Watch out for this guy walking round Cambridge in a few years time!
Other than teaching 2 90 minute classes a day, we also help out with sports activities in the ...