HWA (Apartment) Hotel
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... it on the table. Adam and Danny suggested to hike some hills and watch the sunrise, their words were a blurry noise, all I could think was... ****... I have class in 5 hours. We said our goodbyes and stumbled home, It was 5am as our eyes shut for the few measly hours of sleep.
Now back to where we started, somehow we gathered ourselves to get dressed and make it to work still trying to shake the booze. On a normal day we begin class with "Heelllllloooooo", ...
... very tasty but a little more portion-controlled! In a feeble attempt to walk off yesterday's excesses we went for a walk around another of Beijing's lakes, Lake Beihai, this morning. Again it is beautiful with lovely Chinese decorated gates and pavilions and lotus flowers everywhere. The best thing about it though is that hundreds of locals use it every day in varying sized groups to dance, sing, exercise, practice their instruments, do Tai Chi and The Ribbon. It ...
... next stop. We encountered the same at the station where we transferred lines, but once we arrived at the station closest to the park we had found all the people. The station and streets were packed as far a the eye could see. We made our way through the crowd and finally to the park entrance. The whole park was full of game and food concessions (just like the fall fairs we have at home, minus the rides). At the centre of the ...
... was in Beijing – near the DongZhiMen station where the Airport Express leaves from - and early this afternoon I had gone there – walked the 500-600 m and it was starting to rain, confirmed with an old Chinese guy that I had the right place, showed my passport to the serious looking Chinese army guys on the gate before seeing behind them the sign in English that said "Visa Section, 50 m to the left." Walk 50 m to the left to see a sign saying it is ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">How did the 3000 girls get a chance to spend time with the emperor? Their names were written on bamboo cards. Every evening the eunuchs would rotate the names that he could choose from and he would pick out however many number of cards randomly from the lottery pool. The next day if the emperor did not care for any of the girls the eunuch would burn the bamboo card and she would never be seen by the ...