Jinbao Jingya Hotel
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We spent 15 days in china and had a great time! The culture is very different and takes a while to get used to! Plan was to get trains to each place but we came at a very busy time during their holidays so my advice is to avoid this! We ended up getting flights which blew the budget a little! Saw this in another blog which I thought was quite cool: Awards! Best hostel- Rock&wood hostel in shanghai! £5.50 a night ...
... se odbijali - zasedli bi cel prostor, ki bi bil na voljo, Kitajci zasedejo ves prostor na sredi, se mi zdi, da se pustijo usmerjati. Če kaže puščica levo, grejo levo.
Ko smo ravno pri Kitajcih ... smešni ljudje. Beli ljudje jih zgeda precej fasciniramo, zato naju na vsakem koraku ustavljajo in nekateri prosijo, če naju lahko slikajo, drugi se samo postavijo zraven in slikajo, tretji pa spet vse izvedejo "na skrivaj". Kao. Kot da ne ...
... had roasted chestnuts and I fell in love. They were sweet, soft and nutty. A taste I will never forget and luckily don’t have to. We found the stand again on this trip just as the nuts were coming out of the roaster! One pound please!! (Only $2.50) Woo Hoo!
Try the yogurt: Every little shop around sells plain drinkable yogurt in a small crockery bottle. It is sweeter and has more tang than most of the commercially available yogurt. ...
... plenty of transport people around to ask if needed. Not many speak English in Beijing.
Near the hotel there were a few fast food places to eat. We went downstairs to a nice modern looking diner type eatery and ordered tea off cards with pictures. Our Chinese language attempts were appreciated by all we met as we showed we had gone ...
... experience was priceless. Tom knew the Amazon price was about $25(150 yuan) so at least he knew when to quit. Further, friends had said to expect to haggle to about 1/4 of the first price to get a good deal. Here's roughly how it went, mostly communicated through the calculator.
Tom: "Hello, how much?"
Salesguy: "Normally, 360 but for you, 280"
T: "Oh, that's too much"
S: "How much you want to pay"
T: Hesitating for ...
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