Han'S Royal Garden Hotel
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... Louis for him. Louis showed up a couple minutes later.
For dinner, I ate out of the west gate with the new people. I felt so old guiding them where to go. No longer was I the confused soul like I was when I first came to Beijing.
Right after dinner, I had to go off to my evening class.
When I was done with my class, I saw a text from Louis inviting me to go out tonight. I texted that I was not feeling it. Sadly, Jean was right about ...
... 11:30. I took two subway lines, and as normal, the subway was crowded. The transfers between lines are very long and confusing, so the journey was a little stressful. For the time being I was happy to be underground instead of out in the open air.
When I saw a well-dressed white and blonde family, I rushed up to them and said "Can I assume y'all are going to church?" My assumption was correct, and I talked with Chris and Sarah, and their four children, all ...
We bid farewell to Jack and Jong yesterday and had a bit of a sleep in today as our plans were to self guide attractions near our hotel then pack for our flight home tomorrow. Rob's foot had swollen up again (probably all the 600 mil bottles of Chinese Beer) and after breakfast we got the bad news.
Super Typhoon Usagi was bearing down on southern China and both our flights to Hong Kong and Sydney had been cancelled. Rob went into panic mode. What to ...
... most was the time spent with my family. This was the first family vacation I had ever taken. I enjoyed spending time with my family and seeing what everyone does when there isn’t something work-related that needs attention. The most memorable piece of our time spent in Beijing is probably the meals. We ate like kings… and like beggars.
Meal #1: The Famous Peking Duck House -- Quanjude-- ...
... put a huge wok on your table. I passed on adding a toad to the wok!! After dinner we went to the expat bar that had an open mic night. It was really random to be with all these westerners in the middle of Beijing. I met this girl from new York who has lived here for 8 years. She has done the tiger leaping gorge trek 4 times!! The bar had that expat, you're away from home, energy to it. I find it interesting that all these people have chosen to live ...