FuramaXpress Hotel Beijing Yansha
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... this park to practice Tai Chi, Ballroom dance, play musical instruments, sing, play mahjong and cards. It is a great opportunity to experience the local culture. The temple of Heaven is where the Emperor would go to make sacrifices and give offerings to the gods for a great harvest. The main building was built in 1420 but it was wiped out with a lightening strike in 1889. The structure was rebuilt faithful to the original. What makes this ...
... I walked around Sanlitun a bit since I had no where to go. My stomach was still hungry since I did not get that much from MODO. I decided to go to McDonald to get French Fries.
When I sat down in McDonald to eat my French fries, Wang Lee Hom was playing! He is my favorite Chinese artist! After his song, the radio played a lame English song.
The moment of Wang Lee Hom playing made me realized that I will be freak out when I return to ...
... to trot over to iTea and get some iced tea there. I pulled out my loyalty card and ordered black tea (by pointing to it to make sure there were no misunderstandings). The girl fumbled with her English a little to ask if I wanted it iced or hot. I said, "bing cha" (iced tea). This made her laugh. I think she was pleasantly surprised that I knew the Chinese words for that. :) Their tea is sooooo good. I could drink a gallon of it.
I came back to ...
... days should be interesting. I head back to my hotel bar and start up conversation with the bartenders Alan and Vicky. Not their real names just English ones given to them by the boss. In amongst discussion about the Chinese year of the cockerel, monkey and snake I think I've managed to grab a night out tomorrow with Alan (who I have renamed Harry) and his friends playing pool and drinking the local nasty stuff. Lets see how tomorrows blog turns ...
... the scheme of things it's a great lesson to learn and at a cost of just £6 probably the cheapest lesson we'll learn this trip. BUT, even as I write this I'm still ****** off at him, the bare faced cheater, and he's made me very skeptical of his countrymen...! So, Sanlitun hostel, was much more like the kind of place we saw ourselves staying when we planned the trip, full of cool traveller types from 10 different nations, good food, free pool and cheap drinks. On the night of ...