Holiday Inn Express Beijing Huacai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... I didn't feel like reading, or watching, or listening to anything. But I also didn't want to sleep, and even when I did I couldn't really. The airline gave us a pathetic little pillow and blanket on the plane, but airplane seats are not built with the idea of quality sleep in mind. This stupor also made me start to understand what might have inspired Steven King to write The Langoliers. Long flights have an eerie quality to them. Because we were flying with the sun (or ...
... so you would think the meals would reflect that but we ate at around 2am and then again about 6am I think. Anyway, the food helped to settle my stomach which seems to go for about 2 hours happily on Travacalm and then needs a top up. As it stands now, 4 hours after landing, I'm still feeling a bit woozy, and feel as though we're moving (flying). I was happy to get out at Beijing, I had really had enough. Apart from about 45 minutes at Singapore, I'd been flying ...
... with my Caucasian UChicago friends and it's a whole another experience! Everywhere we went we got hassled to go into a bar...we also received a lot of stares on the subway ride. And I'm pretty sure people were secretly taking photos of us. Man I'm all about attention but this is a whole another level. My mom and I actually chatted about this and she said that's just how Chinese people are...something about ...
... 8217;m here. My
original plan was to create a “duckdex” and score each contender out of 10
beaks with the winner getting another visit from me but that proved too
complicated to create (I couldn’t be bothered)
Tonight I tried out Quanjude, supposedly the biggest
restaurant in the world on four floors, plus two “secret” floors, blanked out
on the lift menu. Rumour has it the 4th floor ...
... understand how the asian student population (and all other foreigners) must feel at UW. It is really hard when just being yourself can cause so much trouble, confusion, and judgement. I'm definitely going to return home with a greater respect and understanding of all of the international students at Madison.
This year, Beijing happens to be hosting the World Garden Expo. The event happens every four years, each time ...