Mercure Wanshang Beijing
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... we realised, almost at the exact moment Helen handed her the DSLR camera, was way out of her depth in operating such heavy machinery. Indeed, she almost fell over at one point and then insisted on taking close up photos of us without any background of the wall in sight! Thank you, lady, that is exactly the photo we travelled all this way for: Helen and I inanely smiling at the camera with a few bricks behind us! When she laughed and said 'I'm sorry for being old ...
... is a lottery every person must enter in order to obtain a license. There are only 20,000 names drawn each month out of a lottery containing more than 2 million applicants. Additionally, international licenses are not accepted in China and therefore only certain locals or those willing to wait in the lottery have the right to drive. As anyone who has tried to go anywhere on the roads in Beijing knows, these restrictive regulations are not aiding in the traffic congestion ...
... visas was a bit of a nightmare and I’m glad I hired an agency (Servisum) in Berlin to do the job for me while Regine, Lukas and I were away on our summer holiday. Altogether I submitted over 20 documents to secure my visas. So far it looks as if every traveller (about 100 in total) but one (being corrected now) have the right visas. Now that’s an organisational marvel! My job onboard this train is the provision of general medical treatment to ...
... with no toilet paper.
Our legs are really sore from all the walking but thankfully
we don’t have any blisters (yet!). It’s very strange when out in the street as
lots of the locals stare and take pictures of you. Some even ask to take
pictures with you whilst some try to do it discreetly and assume you don’t
notice. Once one person takes a picture everyone rushes to take one too. Also
when we take group pictures, a group of local ...
... when I say I'm from the U.S., I wonder if it's because I live in Wudaokou--I know there are a lot of foreigners and a handful of Germans here. Whatever the reason, it's certainly been interesting.
This past weekend I also purchased a winter coat, I was able to bargain for 50% of the original price at the mall close to my house. I’m not sure if it’s a mall by U.S. standards, it’s probably a third of the size of Park Meadows. I ended ...