Somerset Zhongguancun Beijing
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... where we warmed our inner selves with coffee and dessert. A quick reconnaissance of this plaza convinced us that we were out of our class shopping here so we headed up Wangfujing Dajie to partake in some more reasonably priced retail therapy. The rain finally stopped as we headed back to our hotel to arrange our ride to Mutianyu. We didn't bother with ...
... each one except to say that one was more beautiful than the next and it was worth spending a few hours admiring this city in the sun. PHOTO_ID_L=hall-of-union-and-peace.jpg]
Found an underground station which looked quite close on the map so off we went and found it a couple of miles later ! However this route took us through loads of small streets with each ...
... most of my studying for grammar, and finished studying for reading. I had the next weekend to worry about speaking so I decided I should spent my time preparing for the more upcoming exams, right? WRONG!
It's wrong because this is China, where up is down and left is right. (Not really, but sometimes I feel like it is). Nov. 11 we were informed that our exam schedule was completely changed: Nov. 12 we would have listening, Nov. 13 we would ...
... Wei Dong, picked us up right on time from the airport in Beijing tonight. It was then about a 45 minute drive to get to our campus. It was neat to get a little mini tour from Wei along the way, and see Beijing at night! We drove right past the 2008 Olympic Village, so I was able to briefly see the famous Birds Nest and the Water Cube! Pretty crazy to see something like that in person after seeing it on TV so many times!
... It was great to see it from the train out in the sticks as there was no one around and the wall very evidently crumbling and had not been restored in any way as it had been in Badaling.
The scenery changed and for the next few hours there were huge expanses of green hills and trees in-between very communist looking towns with rows of identical looking houses and flats. The afternoon was spent chatting to other tourists on the train, ...