Han'S Royal Garden Hotel
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... yet more stuff. I got a jacket that was only 119 RMB, rather than around 250-300 as I'd seen at the school. We then headed off and got on the subway, taking it back to the market near Tiananmen Square. We went to Qianmen station and had nice time wandering around. We both ended up buying more than we should have, and I periodically kept checking my phone to find out where dinner would be as the information wasn't very clear. We ended up killing time in Starbucks for a ...
... to think it had nothing to do with his earlier request for a photo with a policeman and soldier ! We tried a different food stall that night which lead to Kevin being up all hours with an upset tummy – but he would have the meatballs whilst I’m sticking to vegetarian.
Between Kevin up and down to the loo and my being jet lagged and wide awake at 1am , ...
... in case taking a cab is not possible.
When we were heading to the exit at our stop, Olivia said, "Benny, slow down."
I turned. I didn't think that I was walking that fast. My professor laughed a bit.
After our field trip was over, I quickly dashed off to the subway. People were being so slow. I had no desire to spend more time there than I had to. Olivia quickly followed after me.
"Slow down, Benny." Olivia said.
... to go in but it was so worth it!! Allie and Tori had their picture taken with the Chinese team jackets on holding the torch. They even had segways you could ride around the track but we didn't do that one. Then we all went up to the 5th floor where they had memorabilia from the opening ceremony.It was awesome!!! The kids then climbed to the top row to see how it would be to watch from the top. The guide asked again why we wanted to see this. ...
... a ‘Beijing Suntan’, and it’s the only suntan you will get here as you rarely, if ever, actually see the sun. Ill officially mark communist China down one point for his one!
Next we decided to brave the subway for the first time to get out to the ‘Temple of Heaven’ as it was a fair old walk, however, our fears were unfounded. The subway here is clean, efficient, fast, multi-lingual, air-conditioned, safe and easy to ...