Beijing Dadi Garden Hotel
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... hotels we've ever stayed in. JP's boss helped get us a great deal, and it couldn't have come at a better time. The room was clean, spacious, and there were slippers waiting for all three of us! Sebastian started feeling mildly feverish when we got off the train, so I had already given him Tylenol at the station. We quickly settled, and he was sleeping in our bed before we even got his crib set up. When the crib was ready, we moved him and crashed in bed.
We started ...
... we get an introduction to how cooperative farming works in the DPRK. There is a shop here where you can buy locally made products (some great kitsch stationary and even wellington boots!), a kindergarten and also a visit to a farmer’s house is included. We then make our way to the coast for our overnight stay. Here you can swim in the beautifully clean East Sea of Korea. There may also be the opportunity to sample a seafood BBQ for EUR 5 per person. OVERNIGHT: ...
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- tour of Peking University from the wonderful Christie (fellow ex-Breckie in China)
- 798 Art District with McAlla, awesome new friend from church
- Thanksgiving dinners 1 & 2
- a few pictures of our class excursion to Qianmen and Dashalar
My friend Christie, who is Chinese-American, is test-driving a UChicago exchange student program at the best college in China, Peking University or Beijing University. Christie and I have known each ...
... Square and the Forbidden City. We ate at a restaurant within a hutong area of Beijing only a few blocks from the Square and F. City. Our meal consisted of many different dishes and to my surprise I enjoyed nearly all of them. I don't know what many of thrm were called, but I know I enjoyed thrm and that's what matters to me. Food was something I was very worried about coming over here since I'm not a very adventurous eater, but it ...
... Hao, hao! Ni gei wo!" he quickly said. Fine, yes. Give me thirty-five. I think he'd had enough of bartering with this American.
I opened my wallet and handed him the money, hoping he couldn't see the other bills I had in there. But even if he did, a subtle sneer on his face told me that I had still been overcharged for the cap, so I didn't feel too bad.
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how you haggle in China.