Holiday Inn Beijing Deshengmen
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... utilities are still to be seen used by several families. We stopped to visit a home once used by four generations of the one family, but where only two now live. Whether rich or poor the residents of the
hutongs greatly value the land on which their home sits, knowing many million fellow Chinese will never own a piece of land. Well ...
... 12 story structures in the core as well as token American suburban single family and duplex housing on the perimeter. A generation later, Beijing’s architecture is global, with buildings by the world’s most popular firms, and technology pushing new limits.
Prices have exploded. Apartments in the core are selling for $1000-2000 per square foot, 16% higher than last year. And they sell. 2012 sales were 50% greater than 2011, 2013 ...
... fine no one touched it, probably cause I looked a little angry, listening to the Russians whine about everything was beginning to show on my face.
So not long after we ditched the Russians and headed for shichahai (什刹海) the old style markets that are almost in the middle of Beijing.
Shichahai (什刹海) is a nice little market area where you can buy some amazing food and other stuff. It’s really pretty, surrounding ...
After Wal Mart we rallied the troops from the hotel and went to the night market. We took bus 3 and even remembered how to walk to the market from the bus stop. Even more exciting was the fact that the Mislim restaurant next to the night market was still open! We had my favorite lamb with noodles and veggies, naan bread, and sweet and sour lamb (surprisingly good!) I was sad that they were out of my favorite buns with beef and cabbage. We then walked ...
There are a lot of people here. I mean, a lot. We were only here about four days, but it's kinda like New York: amazing food, gorgeous countryside, lots of sight seeing, people fighting over cabs (except way more people and way fewer cabs), crazy drivers with zero traffic laws (use a turn signal!), and lots of aggressive people (like, shove-you-with-two-hands-if-you're-abou t-to-take-the-train-seat-they-intend-to ...