Holiday Inn Beijing Deshengmen
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... if it wasn't so hot 33 degrees. We bought a bottle of water and it was half frozen, that was really nice as I was feeling the effects of way to much sun. I don’t know how many times that we went through security but I had had enough of people touching me. By the time we got back to our hotel, we both flaked out. After a short rest we had a shower and both felt better for it.
Now to describe our tea adventure. We ...
... We heard screaming, and initially everyone ignored it (I guess they are used to it) but it started to escalate and everyone rushed out of their stalls to see what it was all about. It was hard to make out what was going on, but I saw two women grappling with each other, someone ended up on the ground. The worst part was a woman carrying a baby who was just trying to get by was shoved into a nearby jewelry display. Luckily China has security guards everywhere so ...
... of the holiday.
When I got to the basement lounge, Elaine and her tutor were there. I dropped my stuff and needed to get something. When I exited the lounge, a group of foreigners were blocking my way. Very rude.
So far, since my time here, other foreigners block the entrance to the dorm or the hallway. When I say excuse me, they just stand there, stare at me, and leave their mouths wide open. I don't know why since I am not that special ...
On Friday, April 26th, we finally had our Spring Concert that we have been preparing for for three months. Our students learned two English songs and one Chinese song to perform at the concert, complete with choreography. And, we made them costumes to go along with each song. Also, the boys did a Tae Kwon Do routine and the girls did a ballet routine (to Gangnam Style). And, two of our girls did a piano recital, one girl played violin and one of our boys ...
... Park. This Confucian temple is spread out over a massive 267 hectare park. The easy choice for the highlight is the impressive and iconic Hall of Temple for Good Harvests. Not the snappiest of names, granted but housed here in the centre of the park it is a picture of serenity. Originally built in 1420 this 38m high 30m wide building was constructed entirely without nails or cement. Before I left Beijing there was one thing that I simply had to do. A big fan of ...