News Plaza Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... driving an alien spacecraft to Earth from some outer solar system, this building might be my first stop. We took hundreds of photos as we walked around not twice, but three times. Alli even shared a ping da beer with me. We strolled through the rest of the park, and eventually found some live, traditional music. Sebastian was of course the focal point amongst the locals, not the tunes.
Cabbies in Beijing suck, but eventually we found someone willing to take us back out to ...
... soy sauce, and add it onto the sheet with some thin, long sliced vegetables. Next, roll up the sheet and eat. It was amazing.
We got back to the hotel and dropped off our luggage, finally settling into the lobby couches and missing the freedom of American wifi. (Only the lobby here has it, and most social media sites are blocked without VPN access from our school). I'm going to sleep after 28 hours awake. Tomorrow will be a bigger day.
... don't know what everyone was moaning about with the weather. It was fairly cool (which is more comfortable) and the smog! Imagine 18th century London (if you remember back that far)... All our pics look a little fuzzy and you keep re-adjusting your vision at first!
Sunday we were up early to see Chairman Mao in his memorial tomb (Mausoleum of Moa Zedong) at 8am. Which was.....quick. It took us longer to get through the security than it ...
... he would engrave your name and date and it was only $1.50 (10 Yuan). So of course I got one, along with everyone from my class.
I am utterly tired from the day and so is my roommate; we got back and all she did was plug in her phone, put her things down, and crawled into bed. We leave tomorrow afternoon to take a night train to Nanjing where we will be visiting a bunch of businesses. Excited to hear from executives of China.
... a bit closer to home. Also the city has many aromas drifting around, some pleasant but most not so pleasant, which didn't help our quesyness. After what seemed like an eternity we reached HouHai lakes, a lovely little lake near the Forbidden City that was entirely surrounded by really nice looking restaurants, bars and nightclubs. After walking around for a bit we decided to settle for a place called Buffalo, they had Chinese food as well as western and their ...