Hilton Beijing Capital Airport
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... the scariest taxi ride began. For 45 minutes with ducked in and out of traffic, merged nearly into cars and nearly got taken out by two trucks. People don't use indicators here they just merge and beep their horns! In all this craziness Alle was asleep, so she didn't get to witness most of it haha. So then we got dropped to the wrong hotel and the nice concierge took us for a little buggy trip ...
... dryer wasnt free so we decide to go to the bar for a bit and wait for it. It became free at about 12am so we put the clothes in and Harry said he would go and get it all when the timer was up (2 hours). When he collected it it was the middle of night and the washing was all still wet even though it had been in two hours! So now we were just left with a load of wet washing to try and drape around the room at 2 in the morning. We had to get up and go for the train the ...
... was no school for three years and that there wasn't even going to be any homework, so they would have a giant party with a picnic in a beautiful place. They're so sweet, and SO overworked. They were telling me how they go to school Sunday-Friday and usually spend Saturday doing homework. I am definitely thinking of not giving very much homework - a) I don't have to mark it then and b) I'd feel bad giving them more work on top of whatever they ...
... station on our way to Shanghai. Beijing truly was a remarkable place, with so much history and tradition we probably could have stayed a little longer. The tour and our time there was heightened by the service, no friendship of our new companion Flora! She was the best tour guide we could of asked for, she taught us so much, catered to our needs and interests and humoured us with interesting facts and stories. What a tour guide! Thanks so much Flo.
... City we've seen in countless photographs and movies. The historic wonder was overwhelming. I could imagine myself as a scholar seeing the palace for the first time, or as an official walking briskly across the brick courtyard to deliver a message. I can relate more keenly with this history than with gladiators of ancient Rome or the dukes of France.
We were given 30 minutes to take pictures. The place was extremely crowded. There was no way to take any pictures without ...