Grand Millennium Beijing
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We left our Ulaanbaatar hotel later than anticipated. It was still early, about 6:30 a.m. and the Sunday morning streets were deserted providing a shocking contrast to their normally frothing condition. At our first set of lights a young 'backpacker' couple ran up to the taxi wildly waving their arms. The taxi's windows were blacked out so I don't think they saw us sitting in the back. The driver rolled down the window revealing the source ...
... of worship and sacrifice. They sacrificed animals to God. Parts of the road were raised so the emperor would be higher when he went through. There was a girl in a red dress getting photos taken at one of the sites. They might have been wedding photos. The dress must have been too big for her because it was held together with safety pins at the back and when she lifted the dress to move to another spot she had black sneakers on. She happily posed for all ...
... However, I just keep it real. Unlike others, I am just blunt and do not play games. I just can not stand passive aggressive behavior and I hate it when people act fake. There is some ******** that I will not tolerate.
I returned to the dorm after talking with Shari. For the next hour or two, I just chilled in my room. I just listened to music on my computer.
Karena skyped me! She wanted to say hi. Karena revealed that she and ...
... as students studying my language, and the guy was apparently visiting his two cousins, the girls, and they were going for a drink. They asked if I wanted to join them. In India this wouldn't surprise me at all, people do this all the time, they're just up for a chat and getting to know strangers. I had nothing better to do I was just gunna head home, so I agreed, and we walked into the building in front of us. We got a private room near the back and I ordered ...
... zao shang hao” (zow how) means good morning, “xie, xie” (shay shay) means thank you, “shui” (shoe) means water. He also reminds us that the same sentence can have a variety of meaning depending on the tones spoken. Our first stop of the day is the 2008 Olympics site of the Bird’s Nest and Water Cube. Jason tells us that the Olympics changed Beijing profoundly. Over $350 billion US was dumped into the city, ...