TripAdvisor Reviews Gongti A.Hotel Beijing
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... sign on the side of the airport says Qingdao and not Beijing. We are taxied to the very end of the pavement far from the main terminal. The stewardess tells us that we have to wait for them to bring the stairs for us to exit the plane and then promptly shuts the curtain covering the view of the cockpit door. Sitting in the third row I can see that the stairs are there but they are not opening the door. Then nearly 30 minutes later ...
In a different part, there were construction carrying on for major stores to move in.
In an empty part, I saw a man in a blue jumpsuit dancing. It was so funny because he was swinging his arms like a duck swimming. No idea what style he was trying to show off. Music was not even playing.
Zhengyangmen was so touristy with a bunch of foreigners and non-Beijing Chinese people. Ohwell. It was a great escape for me to get away from ...
... As I was walking back to campus, I said hi to Brandy. Then, the Chinese roommate Marco said hi to me.
I went to the lounge on my floor to work on my essay. As I was trying to print something, the printer did not connect to my computer. So, I went to the lounge down stair.
The printer there worked and I was able to print some notes for my class. Afterward, I worked on my essay more. I spoke with the Chinese Cindy for a bit.
... mostly fake) for
very cheap prices! We really enjoyed the pearl store, where they opened an
oyster and revealed 30 shiny pearls inside. We both bought matching pearl
We’ve really enjoyed our stay so far, and are “looking
forward” to waking up at 4am tomorrow for our flight to Kumning. We can’t wait
for the rest of the trip and are missing everyone back home.
Catch you later, Jessica and Leah.
... all went into cars and traveled to hubby's parent's house, where part 2 commenced. There were a lot more bows to the grandparents and the hubby's parents, and they all give red envelopes with money to June and her husband. Then we race off to part 3 of the wedding, which is sort of like a reception in the U.S., which greeted us with a Chinese band and was the part where everybody eats. There was a sort of aisle set up between the tables leading to ...