InterContinental Beijing Financial Street
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... which was a really cute picnic idea.
After we had walked back up all those little stairs and those big, steep steps, we were back at the cable car to make our way back down.
We took the shuttle bus back to Mutianyu village, which was a very empty village that had lots of touristy stalls and restaurants, but on this Monday was lacking a few people. We had a quick drink to refresh, and we found our driver.
The drive back was super fast, ...
... centuries old and are handed down from family to family making neighbors seem like part of the extended family. Infrastructure wise these homes were built without bathing and toilet facilities. Therefore every block there are public toilet and bathing facilities. Even though these homes don't have optimum living conditions the area is very desirable and therefore very expensive. Note: the ...
... I have to give the packing guys some credit where it is due. They beat the highest level of Tetras in order to get that amount of goods in such a small hold. I kid you not, their packing skills laughed in the face of logic. We finally left at 6.45pm, after only three and a half hours wait in a facility-less warehouse. The 'Trans-Siberian Railway' was invented for a reason and that reason, in case you were wondering, is not because it is easier to get a bus.
Woke up to a major headache this morning. My brain was pounding so hard. I forced myself to get out of bed, so I would not be late to Chinese class.
Doctor Jean was in class today! He revealed that he was drinking so much liquid. His sickness has been occurring since the Yunnan trip. Doctor Jean has had it the worst out of everyone.
My professor was running late. That allowed me to study for my dictation. ...
... again the language barrier was difficult. The police officer rang up some woman who spoke some English and she told him I was lost and eventually he wrote our hotel address in Chinese. A taxi to the hotel cost 200 Yuan which is about £20 and it was pretty far away. Driving in Beijing is like Mario Kart but with loads more cars - no one abides by rules and they weave in and out of each other. Plus, using their horn seems to be a way of life, they ...