Jinqiao International Apartment Hotel
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... distance we made out what looked like the "downtown" of Beijing as it had the tallest buildings. One building stood out, it towered above the rest and it seemed like it would be fun to see if we could make it to the top for a birds eye view of Beijing. We didn't know how good our chances were as it seemed like a corporate building or something without access. Luckily, once we arrived we ran into a gentleman who spoke english and escorted us to a bank of elevators, ...
... left the centre with tears in my eyes and many promises to keep in touch.
Even though it was incredibly hard to say goodbye to some really amazing friends I will admit that I am really excited to see some more of China, hopefully visit a few more places that give me more of an insight into the history of the enormous country. For now as the say here in China Bye Bye to everyone in Beijing, I'll be back next year to ...
... Ogden being the exception of course... Haha). I spent some time on school work and was once again very grateful to have the ability to have a transient classroom.
My friend Ian set me up with his friend Flo From Germany so I am couchsurfing at his place while I'm in Beijing. He lives in an older area where there are hutongs, alleyways with teahouses, everywhere. It's exactly what I was hoping to find here, so I'm off to explore those, the Forbidden City and some temples ...
... we were immediately lost in the stampede of people running to get a seat (they're not assigned). We joined in about half way down the platform in hopes that we weren't too late to snag a couple seats, but we were. We ended up sitting in the aisle by the doors which was fine with us as the ride's only about 1.5 hours and we'd previously been through worse on the 16 hour train to Shanghai. Our excitement grew as we got ...
Today was jam packed with the Forbidden City, lunch in the Hutong (old Beijing neighborhood), visiting a tea house, and taking in an acrobatic show.
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