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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... Olivia. Then, I chilled in the lounge for a bit with the new people watching a movie.
Later, Terry Lu invited Mike and me to go to dinner with him and his roommate Andrew. We said yes. Mike later revealed he knew my tutor Jacky because they worked together in Student Union at UIBE. I invited Jacky to join us for dinner.
Terry, the two Andrews, Jacky, Mike and I went to a restaurant called the Green Tea.
Before we got on the subway, I ran into Greer, ...
... subway to it. For an hour before the show, we got dinner. Olivia, Monica, Cathy and I ate at a local Chinese restaurant.
We chilled. Later, a couple people in our group appeared behind the window to creep us out.
For the tea house, it turned that it wasn't tea tasting. We were given desserts and tea and watched a show of various performers. One guy was balance a huge pot on top of his head. Another was a face ...
... serve Americanized Chinese food and make you walk through the "factory" where they show you how the ceramic vases are made. Then you eat dinner upstairs and exit through the gift shop. If you buy anything your tour guide gets a percentage of whatever their tour group buys. The food was ok but I'd rather have authentic Chinese food! They served baijiu at every table so we all had some, except P Lin and Charlie had 5 ...
... evening we had a gorgeous meal with our friend Lucy ( who lives in Harbin,China) in a great duck restaurant on the Ghost Road. Alasdair got to sample authentic Peking duck washed down with local beer! Next on our list of places to visit was Tian'anmen Square & The Forbidden City, the temples were very beautiful and so vibrant, we walked for miles but I think the best bit for me was climbing to the top where there is a small temple with a ...
... and poverty is a convenient source of labor. I have
absolutely no clue what is going on anymore. Who were the guys in
Rocky 4, again?
Well, their bumper stickers say they're
Communists. Let's just call them Communists. Whatever they are, they
really don't want you to drive past the Beijing limits and look out
Migrant communities are essentially the
same communities you'd find in third-world ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center