Jinhangxian International Business Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the dozy 'low wei' who did it. We have had a lot of very early starts and tomorrow will also be one I think, so I am looking forward to getting on board the plane and letting myself fall into the hands of the lovely BA staff. On arrival we were met by the lovely Ting, who we now regard as a friend rather than a guide. She was pleased to see us and took us on our last outing to the 798 Art District. A lovely sunny ...
... People scratch their heads about why I don't speak Chinese until I tell them that I am American.
When I got on the subway, the exact woman got on. So weird to see her again. So many people were on the train. I could not wait to get off.
My plan today was to check out Bookworm in Sanlitun. A lot of people talked about it. I figured that I should go see it. When I first entered it, I awkwardly struggled to get through the doors because one ...
... Back at hotel room reading about Manila, and being mugged by taxi drivers in alleyways. Sounds scary but we will find out tomorrow Might get some ninja stars from tourist-**** street on the way to the airport **update** - feel properly travellery now. Just been offered sex with a ***** for the first time. Taken 8 days....probably first time I was out alone, and that was just for a cigarette outside our hotel Ahhh south east asia, how I love your craziness I declined ...
... we cold get up onto it. What a stunning view from up there! Proceeded to then walk along/up the wall to a series of watchtowers. Interestingly one of them was being inhabited by several workers who were rebuilding sections of the wall. After traversing a few sections of the wall we then wound our way back down the valley to the car and got back to base early afternoon. All in all an awesome trip and not as difficult as the 6hrs hard walking that had ...
... putting our bags on the x-ray machine, but we are scrutinized by the military officers. At last, we are on the Square. We see Mao’s tomb, a massive building which contains his crystal casket, and nothing else. We see the Parliament, where students stood during the 1989 protests. In front of the parliament, we see the People’s Heroes Monument, commemorating Chinese war heroes since 1840. We see two giant LED screens, erected by the ...