Hotel Cote Cour Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the school would not let us leave and asked where our teacher was. I laughed and told him it was ok, and that I was their teacher. I can't look that young. Anyway, we hired a pedicab and jumped in the back for 3 USD and headed down the road to KFC! We had fun and we barely fit in the back.
We have some rehearsal to attend for our closing ceremony, so I will say Zaijian!
I placed some of the pictures for today and yesterday's blog. It was a ...
... we went to Olympic park where we saw the water cube and birds nest. Then we went to the wangjufu shopping street, a bit of everything, but we ventured down a side street that had live scorpions on a stick, starfish on a stick, sea horse on a stick, and nearly everything disgusting you can think of was on a stick (didn't try any, just couldn't do it). Then off to the airport to catch our flight to ...
... so I wasn’t too worried about time. I was more stressed knowing that after 5.5 hours they actually come and pick you up off the course and you have to stop ha. I knew how disappointed and humiliated I would be if this were me! So my goal was only to finish in time!
So of course like any big race, as the start began you try to fiddle with your iPod, pretend to stretch out and you know- just kinda do some things to make yourself feel more like the bad-ass you ...
... pretty interesting. Christian, who has an internship with Hanyu Shijie, takes the subway to Babaoshan every Monday, so he was familiar with which lines to take. It was my first real subway ride since orientation, but the orientation paid off because I quickly picked up on where we were going, what lines to take and which stops were important. On the last leg of the subway ride, I was taking photos of how busy the car was, and this ended up being a ...
... life of a taxi driver in Beijing, stuck in traffic jams all day every day.
At the hotel we checked in and went for a walk and were absolutely thrilled that for the first time in 14 weeks we were not sticky with frizzy hair. At last amazing weather with no humidity it really was a very welcome surprise. We wandered round for a bit and the first thing that we noticed were that there were many different groups of people in the public areas all formation ...