Jinhangxian International Business Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Lastly, we went into the Silk Market that we had heard about. Basically it's like a big shopping center, but all the little shops are totally over priced, just for the tourists. The point is of course, that you bargain with the vendors there. Several times we had experiences of them asking 250 or more for something, that it later turned out they were willing to sell for 30. Talk about robbery at broad daylight!
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... biker entered and rode around the inside. Laura, sitting beside me, was screaming at them 'DON'T GO IN THERE, IT'S TOO MANY!'. Laura was filming the spectacle on her phone, and watching the footage was hilarious afterwards hearing her frantic and panicked commentary. The show was truly amazing, though, it really shows you death-defying stunts. Of course, in China, nobody was wearing harnesses or had safety nets, so it was even more scary and impressive.
Weekend trip to Beijing with a friend started out good. First we went to visit an old teacher from our school who is now working at a university just outside of Beijing (well they claim it has a Beijing address but the public transportation doesn't even go there so not sure how much I follow that one). We spent the night there and of all things got delicious tacos made for us by a fellow American. And they truly were amazing. ...
... Bell TowerThis brick and stone made building has two floors: there is an arched door on all four sides on the first floor, and you can go up to the second floor through stone stairs. The same exists on the first floor. An arched door was also built on the four sides of the second floor. Additionally, there is a stone window on each side of the four doors. Hanging on an eight-square wooden frame of the ...
... Don’t get me wrong if you watch long enough you then notice the men gathered under a tree playing their local games, these mainly consist of big draughts with Chinese writing on them is the only way I can describe it, Xiangqi it’s called although it’s basically Chinese Chess, they are very intense and I’ve found very much the gamblers.
China appears to be a place where the women do all the work, from ...