Joycity Hotel & Apartment
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- Swimming pool
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... was readily apparent. Fortunately we had the hotel details so after some to-ing and fro-ing, and much frustration with bloody Bing Maps (honestly, terrible!), we figured out where the hotel was, how to ask a taxi driver to take us there, found an ATM to finance the endeavour and took off. This process took us about 2 hours or so - during which time we were of course completely calm and collected! Fortunately, when we arrived at the hotel they at least ...
... cash. But it was fine. I just wanted to taste their coffee, out of curiosity, but the whole menu was westernised. We felt a bit guilty, but I ended up getting some garlic bread and Matt got a hamburger. We didn't intentionally go in there for western food, but in the end, we decided to just eat. It wasn't bad at all. The coffee wasn't that good, but it wasn't that bad. It was similar to what I've had at home when we've decided that it wasn't that good. It ...
... jade silk" and Tim's was "wood Emperor". We also found out the when it's with kids, they finish in about 40 minutes. 26 adults were challenged to finish in over an hour.
We had a "monkey King" dance demonstration after dinner, followed by a walk to the food vendor street. One can find ANYTHING on a stick and ready to be cooked to order. I am going back to the hotel to either sleep, be sick or ...
... before departing for the trip.
Overall, Beijing isn't a major culture shock. It is like any other city in the world minus the smug. I love the food here and it is amazing to see the process the city is taking to be modern. It is great that I have met other great people in my program. They are very sweet.
The Chinese are very kind people. They are willing to assist us. I appreciate their ...
Well we didn't bargain to walk so much. It was free time and we decided to go to Beihai Park. It was very close to the Forbidden City,in fact you can see the White Stupa from there. The park is by a lake. One of the many beautiful gardens that are in Beijing. This one seems to be one of the favorite ones because it was very crowded. There is a kind of serenity to see water next ...