Holiday Inn Beijing Deshengmen
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... Ariana masters the process of buying the ticket from the vending machine) and by bus ("one person, one yuan") and got used to always carry in your pocket a card with the name in Chinese of the place we were going and also our hotel’s card, in case we had to come back by taxi. Communication is sometimes hard! We finally rented a bike and we rode around the Bei Hei and Jingshan parks and streets around: most of ...
... 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 ...
... I listened to music until I finally decided to do my Chinese homework.
Tonight, I was originally going out to dinner with Karena since today was her birthday. However, she had to reschedule since her friend from Korea was arriving late due to a delay flight.
Later, Cameron appeared and we decided to go to the egg pancake place outside the cafeteria with Kevin. While waiting for mine to be made, the chef's son appeared and tried to play ...
... to the wall. It was not that far, 30min climbing. I wanted to make the first picture and then my camera said, "No SD card inserted" NOOOO I left it in the laptop!! Oh but fortunately I bought 2 new ones and I had them with me. Pfiieeeeew.
On the wall it was not to crowded with tourists, but a little bit. It was beautiful, but " schots en scheef". We walked eastward on the wall, just Klaudia and me, and there it ended with a sign " no tourists alowed". ...
... if you ever go, to catch people in the act.
4. All the effort you have to go through to not get cheated
I know that in the last section I said I loved the cheap prices here, but sometimes you have to spend a ridiculous amount of time and effort just to get a fair price. Go to a touristy place like the Silk Market and have a Chinese person and a white person ask the price for an item. The white person's starting ...