Hotel G Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Parlour. There is also an adorable Speakeasy called Hidden House. It is called this because...well...it is impossible to find. It is on the main road that we live on, but with no signage and only a door that that leads to a lobby with bookcases, you would never think to push a button on the bookshelf so that it can slide open to a tiny and elegant lounge. Very cool.
I am so grateful to have found some amazing girlfriends here. We love going out and ...
... because I'd had spaghetti Bolognese from room service one night for Y92= $15. And I was still in shock with the no Chinese food revelation. Anyway, our first course arrived along with the ginger ale; very strong with ginger. Then we received our bowls of spaghetti and bread, which was very good. There was a small five piece band playing that would play one song then vanish; return to play one song again, then vanish (they sure had a great ...
... I started to do the same back to her. I was whining and stomping my feet, telling her that I was a student and had no money. It was actually pretty funny. We put on quite a show together, and entertained everyone around us. And so once we made a deal, we were friends and she told me I was a good negotiator and that "I won". I was a good little bargain shopper! (Be proud of me, Mom!)
... at one of the rooftop bars who were doing an exchange year in Beijing from the States. They work in Aldemans (?) PR firm and they might just get an email from me inquiring about open job positions.
Revert to five year old boy maturity levels. The toilet has a porcelain plate resting about an inch above the water line in the toilet. Dotted with a few small holes to let the liquids pass, it sits flush against the bowl of the toilet. I ...
... bodies, then flick it up above the water and try and catch it in their mouths, we could have watched then for hours. They also had some Amazonian fish, some over a metre and a half long and looking like prehistoric monsters. There was also a pretty impressive dolphin display. Around this time I started to feel a bit under the weather with a stinking cold and sore throat. We decided to check out this dumpling restaurant that a couple of people back home had recommended to ...