GreenTree Inn Beijing Guangmingqiao Express Hotel
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... 160; In the last 10 or 15 years or so the Chinese have been given access to American public television. They thought all along we were just as poor as them and now they have seen what we have and they want that. They are very materialistic and will spend all their paycheck on something "name brand" versus something practical. They want American cars, too. Starting in 2015, the Chinese government has made a deal with Ford to bring over the American mustang. Cost for ...
... wall even through that dense fog. The view must be more incredible on a clear day!
Okay, you might ask why am I climbing the ladders... weeeeell, because I am on the wild section of the wall, the unrestored part of the wall. We have no clue where the restored or tourist part of the wall is, but if we stay on the wall we should soon get there, right?
... the most beautiful part, but of course there was more. All of the sudden we walked through an entrance gate thing and through the trees you could see the glimmer of water. And then there was a lake. I had no idea where it had come from but it was stunning and overlooked so much of the city. Don't worry, I took tons of pictures.
Day 7 we waited until 3:30 to do activities. Keep in mind that it's been 100 here basically the whole week which is 10-15 degrees warmer ...
He just discovered that his shirt is ‘glow-in-the-dark’, and I, my shoes!
Later, MORE travellers arrived at our tower and set up their tents on the roof as well as on the main level. In total there were 2 more tents on the roof, and 3 on the main level! This part of the ...
... the last time I ordered a noodle dish at a Western coffee bar, I remember staring at the fork, slightly bemused and wondering where my chopsticks were. Curious about the way I’ll talk. Just the other day Philip and I met two new foreign students on campus. While telling them where different areas were, I explained how to get to Sanlitun, an expat area in Beijing. I drew an imaginary subway map, pointing out Sanlitun’s general direction from Beida. While walking ...