Free Town Apartment Hotel of Beijing
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the street where we got some noodles and these rather odd bread-like dough structures that look like an ice cream scoop was taken out of the inside. The idea was to fill the hollow bit with some of this chili duck mixture in the centre of the plate which turned out to be a lot harder than expected!
The next day in Beijing began with a lazy morning. We packed up our bags and prepared a small bag for our overnight stop at the Great Wall. On ...
... the Great Wall must stop by the merchant area first, and we were no exception. Before we stopped, Christian gave us a crash course in bargaining, and instructed us to never take the first price offered. We all took it as a challenge to get a good price on something that struck our fancy. For Leah, that was a selfie stick. She has been wanting one, so I said she could buy it only if she did the bargaining for it herself. She did a great job, paying ...
... on the roads......so smog is at its lowest for this time of year. Great news for us and also Obama is coming to visit too so it's pretty cool.
Wassup peeps.... I have budged Lauren over to get myself involved in this blogging. As Lauren has said today was awesome and would definitely recommend anyone to visit the Summer Palace.
So I have not been impressed with the general public in Beijing however ...
... up like mini hotel rooms. Since I didn't know when I would be arriving in Beijing, I was at the mercy of whatever was left over when I arrived. Luckily, there are (new) official train ticket offices in both terminals of the Beijing Capital airport (as well as in Shanghai Pudong), so I was able to buy my ticket before going to the station. While many of the people ahead of me were not able to find tickets, I lucked out and got a soft sleeper on the express train. I was off to ...
... one kid in my class, Palentino, was just something else - genius, absolute genius! And he's only 16. He'd already finished the textbook we're doing last year so just sat reading the 1996 Britannica Encyclopedia the whole lesson but interjecting whenever he had a smart answer to one of my questions. When I asked what the most important characteristic that a man looks for in a woman he answer with some spiel about psychological studies and Maslow's hierarchy of needs. This ...