Fragrant Hill Empark Hotel
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... of the hotel so he could ring for help. He even took us up the very narrow back alley to the hotel door which we were not expecting. Beijing greeted us with an overcast somewhat polluted atmosphere but after resting up for the afternoon we were forced out into the street by hunger. Although the alleys immediately adjacent to the hotel are narrow and not brightly lit, in fact reminiscent of Istanbul or Marrekesh, or indeed much of India, like those ...
... five dollars including shampooing and wash.
As I was waiting for the haircut guy, a worker asked me if I was fine with the price. I kept on saying "hao de (ok)," but he was confused until I said, "Ok!" Then, he laughed.
The haircut guy appeared and asked how short I wanted. He pointed at his hair, which was very short. I expressed that I wanted his haircut style. The haircut was not that long and I was so happy to get rid of my dyed hair.
... orientation at 6 PM local time, everyone was exhausted as we nodded our way through dinner and a short walk around the hotel. Afterwards it was right to bed.
The following day we woke up, and it was off to the Great Wall! We took a 3 hour bus ride into the countryside and the mountains were absolutely stunning. We were lucky enough to have landed right in the midst of a 3-4 day span of clear skies: the government had turned off ...
... The first place didn't give us a number, so we waited 20 minutes without getting a table and seeing everyone else get one. We gave up on it and went to another close by restuarant, in which we were the only two foreigners. The english on the waiter's side was limited, but pictures, pantomime and interpretive dance had a meal delivered to us in a generally satisfactory condition (despite one of the planned dishes being unavailable). People did ask ...