Grand Metropark Yuantong Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
Today was a bit of a lazy day--thank goodness, I really needed it! Some of the group got together for lunch at a small cafe on campus. I tried the Chinese version of spaghetti which was pretty good. I walked around campus a little bit to watch some friends play basketball.
In the evening, I met up with Victoria, Lisa, Trisha, and Jade and we found a neat little cafe pretty close to our campus. There, we ...
... few weeks. Afterward, we got some milk tea. So happy to get red beans and jelly in mine.
We met up with Sara to go shopping. Sara brought a double dong. Then, Sara brought a milk tea drink.
Mohini invited me to hang out with her for the night, but I had a make-up class to go to. I went to chill with Sara for a bit. Then, I dashed to my make-up class.
After class, I came back to my room to relax. So happy it is the weekend.
Getting there was okay, we took the subway. Beijing subway is a little different because everyone has to have their bags scanned before entering. When we got to Tiananmen Square there was extra security, and we had to have our bags scanned again. Public transit is pretty cheap in Beijing, only 2 RMB (about 0.33 CAD) for the subway and 1 RMB (about 0.17 CAD) for the bus. However, if you have ...
... early yet again, the air was crisp and fresh, a great day to see the wall apparently. Before we got the pleasures of the Wall we had to humour some small local business by having a look around their tea houses, silk worm factory and copper shop. These were the added extras to the tour that nobody actually ever wanted to go to but were added in to help raise money for local businesses on the off chance that somebody would buy something! We’ll it worked, ...
Hello everyone, its Ben here and this is our first post from the Jing. I am sat here in a starbucks where i spend my afternoons now whilst Kim is at school. I cannot describe how mental it has been already. We landed and straight away we threw our bag into our new apartment and then straight out for tapas!?! I know we land in china and go straight out for a flipping spanish meal, work that out! Weird teachers you see. Then we went ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services