Joycity Hotel & Apartment
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the lady from the tour shop walked us across the street to a car that she said would take us to the tour bus. We got into the car where the driver pulled up in front of a hotel and handed us his phone where someone on the line told us to wait inside the lobby and that he would be there in 30 minutes to pick us up. We were a little sketched out at this point and thought that either we were getting ripped off or that we were going to be kidnapped ...
... home of emperors and their households, as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government. The Forbidden City is a rectangle, measuring 3,153 ft from north to south and 2,470 ft from east to west. It consists of 980 surviving buildings with 8,886 bays of rooms. The Forbidden City was designed to be the center of the ancient, walled city of Beijing. It is enclosed in a larger, walled area called the Imperial ...
... off on the side of the road and proceeded to walk down this long narrow alleyway. It was a surprise to walk out from that onto this super busy, bright, loud street. It was amazing. On both sides of the road were dozens and dozens of little boutiques, restaurants, and shops. We walked outside for awhile, and then arrived at out hostel-our home for the next three days. It is a super cool, little place. All the visitors write all over the walls all sorts of different messages. ...
... yelled my name twice. It took me seconds later to realize it.
When I was walking the stairs, I tripped twice. I landed my jaw against the step, which left a scrape on my face.
Thankfully, I had medicine for my cold.
For today, I got up and made so much noise as I was getting up. Mike woke up. So bad of me to do that.
I ate the breakfast Mike brought for me.
When I got to class, Olivia pointed out the scrape on ...
... with all that nappy and wiping malarkey... Just shitake wherever. Essentially like a dog! I tried to take a picture but Holly wisely reminded me of the stigma and numerous lawsuits I would likely receive if I was to naively continue. I have yet to see an adult version, but I know they're out there. Perhaps our 30 hour train down the country will bring them out?
Some of you will probably be fed up of the toilet update (saddos), so I'll move on to ...