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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pollution and an eerie lack of birds, even pigeons were nowhere to be seen. Getting around the city proved to be pretty difficult too as the metro system is small and it was often impossible to hail a taxi. One day after visiting the Forbidden City and Tianaman Square we walked for miles attempting to hail a taxi but having loads of empty ones pass us. After stopping and standing in the pouring rain at the side of the road for another 30 minutes we eventually gave up and went ...
... it over here, but Beijing is a little scary because there are so many people, and I don't really like the city.
Every day is an adventure, and I can't wait to see what happens tomorrow.
Thursday, September 18
Super long day! I didn't sleep well last night. I went to sleep a little past 12:30, and woke up every 45 minutes to an hour. At 4 am I woke up and couldn't go back to sleep. I just laid there for 2 hours. I wanted to read on my nook, ...
... hear was the sound of people already snoring, people hocking up their phlegm and depositing it onto the floor, and there was the pungent smell of instant noodles and sweaty feet lingering in the air. Oh, how we longed for our own little 2-berth cabin that we had taken for granted on our journey across Russia in. Ramming ourselves onto the little pull down seat on the edge of the corridor, it wasn't long before we heard the whistle outside and the train began to start to ...
Dongchang (Eastern Prosperity) Hutong, originally called Dongchang (eastern Yard) Hutong, located south of the National Art Galley, was named in the Yongle period for the offices of the newly created eunuch administration. The Dongchang had a reputation for terrorizing innocent people. It was here that the eunuchs Liu Jin and Wei Zhongxian had numerous people, including members of the imperial family, high officials and nobles, put to death. ...
... chaos of city drivers, I came to think it was a pretty safe place to ride a bike. This theory was tested when I found myself trapped between two buses trying to merge with me in the middle. I banged on the side of one bus to bring myself to the driver’s attention (like he hadn’t noticed the panda on the bike already). He calmly let me extract myself from this precarious position before continuing to attempt to run over a bunch of ...