Jinyu Sunshine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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After a delayed flight we finally arrived in Beijing in the early hours of the morning, 8 hours after we had expected! After catching up on some sleep we headed out it the morning to realise our hotel was in a very dirty area but we did find a rather yummy (and clean) Chinese food court a short walk away which served us well with a variety of spicy dishes during our stay. Our first day had us headed to forbidden city and Tiananmen Square before going on to the Chinese shopping ...
... com for the cheapest place per night per person, and then deciding which looked the most central from the two cheapest. So from pure luck we ended up on a beautiful old street in a gorgeous courtyard hotel. Admittedly the rooms were very basic, but there was a lovely courtyard with chairs and a bar that sold food and coffee, and the staff were so helpful organising things for us.
As we were checking in there was a leaflet with the different tours that they ran. ...
... because of this reason, but this didn't stop them!! I thought English tourists could be obnoxious but the Chinese beat us hands down at this!! Anyway rant over :-) We explored the fullness of the park, seeing a roughly 12 days old baby panda whose picture you will see later!! We also got to see a month old panda and then another slightly larger baby who was incredibly cute rolled up in himself!! As our bellies started to grumble we went off in search for a bite ...
... the worst part right now. This is my second week, and it has been better than my first, but starting a new job is always so stressful, especially when everyone you work with speaks Chinese. I feel so lost half of the time because I am not included in any of the conversations. I feel isolated. The students don't listen to me either because they are too busy talking. I thought they would be better behaved, but they are worse than the kids in Colorado. They are great ...
... dandy, yet making us look slightly ridiculous with our hiking backpacks, comfy clothes from the loooooooong train ride and lots of plastic, swishy-noise making bags full of snacks for the trip. On the second floor, we relax, pull out our ipads, sip on some tasty coffee and browse for awhile. I'm still getting used to my iPad, typing, figuring out how to do simple things like close applications and copy and paste, but I'm living and learning. ...