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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... with a bill for
thousands of yuan, stupidly at the beginning while engaged in a discussion
about the difference between European and Chinese credit/debit cards you handed
yours over…didn’t you?
I like to get to know the locals but that one is probably
more obvious than the classic *****ian Prince email! If you fall for either you
really should stick to guided tours, preferably somewhere like Rhyl.
So will I be back to Beijing? ...
To my surprise when I woke up this morning, no smug in the sky! This weekend, it was very horrible due to the smug. I was against going outside yesterday due to the fear of suffocating.
I got up and got a sandwich from the vendor outside of west gate. Then I sat outside to eat my sandwich. Following, I went in the basement lounge in my dorm to study for Chinese.
I did not want to go to class because I was not feeling ...
... we cold get up onto it. What a stunning view from up there! Proceeded to then walk along/up the wall to a series of watchtowers. Interestingly one of them was being inhabited by several workers who were rebuilding sections of the wall. After traversing a few sections of the wall we then wound our way back down the valley to the car and got back to base early afternoon. All in all an awesome trip and not as difficult as the 6hrs hard walking that had ...
... When we stop at the house, we walk down a very narrow outdoor hallway and turn into another narrow outdoor hallway. This second hallway is lined with wicker or bamboo bird cages. Small finches twitter in the cages. In smaller cages we see crickets, who make their chirp sounds as we pass. We walk into a small dining area filled with three round tables. In front of us on the tables are small bowls and chopsticks and a LS. We look around this ...
... br> restaurant hostess for a few minutes until a pair of young white men
in their twenties appeared and casually translated for us in rather
skillful Mandarin. They were both British and had been living in
Beijing for seven months working part-time jobs and studying Mandarin
heavily. After helping us order, they gave us a good layout of which hot spots to aim for
before we left. Supposedly, there's a district ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services