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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... about the Summer Palace for today. So I have determined my phone is not working any more. Well, that sucks. At least I only have one more day after this.
Scott had told me about a fun, cheap shopping place across from the zoo. So maybe I will go there this afternoon.
I'm going to Skype with my family at noon, and I'm really looking forward to that. :)
Well, we Skyped for almost 1.5 hrs. It was great to see my family and the dog ...
... American who also studied at BLCU, as did their manager, Michelle, so that was really cool. Jen said that when she studied there, the area around BLCU, Wudaokou was mostly farmland, with just yellow vans as taxis. How it has changed! We sat on a communal table with six other people, and we shared the ten courses that came out. The food was absolutely delicious, but my favourite part was actually sitting and chatting with the other people at our table. Two ...
Things are going per usual in the capital city of Beijing. The time surrounding Chunjie, or Spring Festival, was an overwhelming amount of vacation plans, class work, friends, and studying. Three weekends ago marked the end of Spring Festival with two lantern festivals in Beijing (and many more throughout the rest of China), and now things are back to normal.
The weather in Beijing has been getting increasingly warmer since our return from Nanjing. My friends and I joked ...
... I must admit that my inner-New Yorker comes out, especially when I’m pushed by little old ladies. They are the worst and brazen, like you wouldn’t believe!
You cross Tiananmen Square underneath a street roadway that’s wider than the Mass Pike and then you enter the lavish Forbidden City, once forbidden to anyone but the emperor, and the legendary palace that was home to the ...
... the poor seahorses.
After we went upstairs back in the mall to eat lunch. We had delicious dumplings (I'm azn and if I say dumplings are delicious, they are REALLY delicious) they had different insides than what we usually eat in Taiwan. We also had noodles, and my absolute FAVOURITE desert when I'm in Asia: shaved ice with red bean, and condensed milk on top. Delicious.
Now we're back in the hotel, just watching a movie. Sleep time soon...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center