Hilton Beijing Capital Airport
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... you can be fined a large amount of money.
Brennan fell asleep during the one child policy talk and then we had to wake him up at the restaurant. He never really recovered and only had a small sampling of peking duck. We thought it was okay but weren't really impressed. It is a crispy duck carved very thin that you put inside a phyllo-type wrap with vegetables and hoisin sauce.
We were worn out and crashed at 8:30pm. No nightlife for ...
... Chinese people are shocked when they hear me speak English. They assume that I am a local.
Once we got off the subway, I guided Corrine to the Veggie Table.
"See, I know where I am going." I said.
"Yeah, you do." Corrine responded. "You actually go out and see Beijing."
"I hate being on campus." I said.
When we entered the Veggie table, it was a bit pack. Corrine was in heaven when she saw the menu. "I want to ...
A lazy morning was the order of the day after a busy week. We wandered into "town" for a spot of lunch. We went to a little cafe type place to have some steamed buns to start us off and then popped next door for some noodle soup and a glass of black beer (the first non-lager I had seen in Beijing). It was to be the first of many beers today, as Paul and Ben were getting to Beijing today and they were sure to be thirsty! Kim and I went back to the hostel ...
... fair to others and I don't want to be THAT guy. On the same token, I find myself more interested and impressed by the people I have met, the culture or the feeling I get from a certain place. For example, I really liked Beijing much more than I anticipated. I thought it would be crazy busy with horns honking, dirt from non-paved streets flying, people rushing around, carts blocking paths, etc. I was shocked at how civilized (for lack of a better word) it was. All the ...
... Awesome. We drive for 3 hours through the country. Everyone makes jokes about Japanese encephalitis (because most of us didn't get our crazy expensive unnecessary immunizations) I am typing this. I'm pretty sure I don't have it. Phew. I feel relief. Back to story. We Drive through awesome mountains..aha..Omg. LOOKATTHESUN! That's it, seriously. Not clouds. Dude. TERRIBLE. that is SO bad! Seriously. AHH! The picture after is an actual cloud..I think? Then we arrive at ...