Grand Millennium Beijing
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... soy sauce, and add it onto the sheet with some thin, long sliced vegetables. Next, roll up the sheet and eat. It was amazing.
We got back to the hotel and dropped off our luggage, finally settling into the lobby couches and missing the freedom of American wifi. (Only the lobby here has it, and most social media sites are blocked without VPN access from our school). I'm going to sleep after 28 hours awake. Tomorrow will be a bigger day.
... and they only have a 2 slice toaster so you can guess how that went. I lined up and waited to get an egg cooked however the chef was a ******* and ignored me. So I gave up. Left the hotel this morning around 0900 hrs, our first stop was Tiananmen Square. Tiananmen Square is a large city square in the center of Beijing, China, named after the Tiananmen Gate (Gate of Heavenly Peace) located to its North, separating it from ...
Well, it's been a while, as you can see. Rather than struggling to retrospectively recount what's happened over the last couple weeks, I'd better start with now.
I'm sitting in a quaint and, more importantly, air conditioned cafe on Guozijian Street, which houses two popular Beijing tourist sites, Confucius Temple and the Lama Temple. Confucius Temple here is quite different from that which I've mentioned in Nanjing. Here, it was a former ...
... begins to close in ..Levi heads me in the direction of a "mall".. some mall! After passing all types of darkened renovations / demolitions / mini merchandising stores you come across this wonderland of neon, mega department stores, top end designers and thousands of chinese out walking, shopping & eating..A complete street ( Wangfujing street) blocked off from traffic that would take 30 mins to walk along without stopping.., also decorated for Xmas ! ...
... a taxi. When I got off the bus at the final stop, there were several men there but, no marked taxi in sight. Some were offering rides in their tuk tuks (its like a cart pulled by a bike-I think in India you'd call it a rickshaw but people here seem to be referring to them as a tuk tuk). Since I had a large bag, the tuk tuk drivers didn't approach me but this one man said he was a taxi. Communicating with him was the most difficult task. It was after midnight ...