Nikko Jinglun Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
The only time I really wear a watch is when I travel. The last one I purchased before my trip to Vietnam several months ago cost me $15 at Fred Meyer. I was disappointed to discover that it had gone missing the day before I embarked on this adventure. Luckily, I came to the place that boasts the best fakes in the entire world, and picked up a very …
I arrived safely in Beijing this evening (or this morning, by my body's clock). This trip is off to a great start! So far, some very auspicious events have paved the way for this lucky little Laowai (that's foreigner in Chinese).
I met my colleague, Sarah Kay from USF in the Seattle Airport. As we waited to board, her name was called over …
We slept in this morning. We were initially wakened by a call from Marcie's mom. Bill has been giving her hard copy of the blog, but we've been gone a week and she and Marcie hadn't spoken at all. They got a three minute (actually, 3:08, so we'll probably have to pay for four minutes) conversation in, which should hold them until we get back next …
We had an early wake-up call this morning – 5:00am, too early – in order to make our 8:00 flight from Xi’an back to Beijing. A word of advice to anyone on any tour: Don’t take flights that early if you can avoid it. Good practice anywhere, but especially here in China where most of the airports (or at least the ones we’ …
We have arrived in Beijing! The airport logistics went very smoothly, although immigration is very particular about comparing your current look to your passport picture. The agent thought that there was a significant difference in Marcie's hair color, and another questioned my dad quite a bit about the difference in his weight between his eight- …
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