Home Inn (Beijing Xizhimen)
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... in the tea house, it was time for Lei to
leave us to our own devices, so we wandered through some of the nearby Hutongs
(narrow alleyways), and as we'd missed lunch due to our unplanned whirlwind
tour, we found a nice looking restaurant with a shady courtyard to have
lunch/dinner at. Decided on a 4 course set (western) menu, since we were
basically having both lunch and dinner….. and a cold beer and an iced lemon tea
to cool us down. ...
... an acceptable level of using chopsticks... I can't eat a whole meal rather easily but still have some issues grabbing slippery foods from the main dishes. - I honestly don't know what is up with everyone hawking luges but it really grosses me out. Don't even get me started about the little children bathroom situation. - In two weeks I still have yet to get used to people ...
... for it aha. We then went to stand on the Heavenly Centre Stone which has 9 stones in the first ring which is meant to represent the 9 heavens which is pretty cool. It also somehows magnifies the speakers voice when they're standing on it and we think it worked but I'm just normally really loud so it could have just been my normal voice aha. Afterwards we went to buy our tickets for the Kung Fu show before finding a cute little cafe where I had an awesome ...
... girls staying in my dorm room were also heading to the marathon the next day! This made me Sooo much more comfortable, aside from having the awkwardness of getting up at 230am but also I had some company to be miserable with and make the dreaded walk to the hotel to catch the shuttle in the morning…if anything in this world is true it’s that misery loves company ha!
So catching a bit of restless sleep the 3 of us arose hours later in the wee hours of the ...
... Mid-Autumn Festival. I also found time to spent Skype with friends and family, listen to several new Chinese podcasts and learned the names of different types of Chinese cuisine. All in all it has been a tiring week, but my schedule has been well worth it, as you will soon see!
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