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Some more random and unedited thoughts for week two: - I don't think, no matter how hard I try, I will ever understand traffic here. It is so confusing not only to understand the vehicle but the moped, bicycles and pedestrians all seem to have their own minds as well. I'm honestly surprise at the lack of dents in cars with how close they all drive to each other. There I also ...
... the general idea. Wifi doesn't seem so prevalent in this country so I'll still write but only update at night.
Airport: Transfer from Shanghai went pretty smooth. Currently at Beijing Airport and trying to be frugal and take the shuttle bus in. Go to B2 and the fare is ₩25 or US$4. Easy enough to follow the crowd. No one speaks English and it seems my Chinese is not working to well here. So be warned. For the rest of this China blog I'm just going ...
... Hard Rock Cafe"! .....but when we got there.....we found the Hard Rock was CLOSED due to "electrical problems". OK, so what does one do when you have a group of about 10 Americans standing in front of a closed resturant? .....you walk back to the only other big name American resturant you saw on the ride over......"Hooters".
Hooters China is not exactly the same a s the ...
The Levinsons hit the jackpot in Beijing. When we were planning the trip, Lisa Costello told Josh she had to reach out to Chad Biggs because he was living and working in Beijing and has 3 kids our kids' ages. Not only was he a great resource, but after talking it over with his (awesome) wife Hilary, they invited us to stay with them for the week. We had never met. I mean, when Josh was a freshman at Gilman, Chad was a senior, so there was that. As Beijing grew ...
... was hectic, frightening and long. We came within inches of death at least three times; Dan commented that Alton Towers’ worst rollercoaster rides weren’t as scary as this and that they should come out here for their inspiration for their next thriller. We arrived at Beijing West after a ride of about an hour through chaotic traffic, and parted with the sum of sixty Yuan (£6). It was carnage; it seemed the whole of Beijing wanted out of ...