Green Park Hotel Beijing
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... Once we raised our hand, he looked at us, at the passport, then passed it through.
We then had to take an airport tram to claim our baggages. Once done, we proceeded to meet our tour guide and group and made our way to our hotel.
It took an hour to get to where we are staying, The Lijingwan International Hotel, in the middle of Beijing's Chaoyang district, an urban area with many markets, restaurants, and strip malls. The hotel is one of the ...
... world go and a came to the conclusion we could both live out here. Our moon cake tasting was far more successful than yesterday's trial- no red bean paste or the traditional quail egg in sight, instead a nice filling of blueberry jam. Total indulgence. Breakfast done we walked down the shady cyprus avenues and along The Long Corridor which was filled with noisy locals selling crocheted animals, playing cards and sheltering from the warming sun. You'd come here ...
... pretty chill, everyone slept, or rather tried to sleep while the bus driver got a little too much use out of the horn. Then it was back to the subway station to begin the adventure back to the hostel.
When back at the hostel we all got cleaned up and began working some more on the postcards, as well as eating a burger in the cafe. It was quite an interesting burger; with big slices of cucumber on it. We worked until about 12:30, when our heads were bobbing because we were so ...
... friends to translate the cultural references for us some times), OR seemed to be geared toward people other than us. Who are the "other than us"? Most expats we met or talked to online were coming to China with an embassy or employer who had a set plan for sending people here. Their company has a plan to which the employees conform and there's not a whole lot left to be determined. Because we are our company's first expat move, we ...
... eunochs and concubines (*****es) living there at his disposal....but I didn't really like the place or the way it works. The Forbidden City is HUGE, over 10,000 rooms, and all in different buildings. You go in at the front and you literally have to keep going back and back towards the final Temple and you can't get out, you have to keep going. For about two miles. One more day left in Beijing now and I'm spending it at the Great Wall, which I'm really excited ...