No.9 Dacheng Road Hotel
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Woke up around 9 AM
o Breakfast was not served at the hotel, so we walked around the hotel looking for something to eat
· While walking, we came across an egg wrap thing with a crunchy bread inside of it. They were 5 yuan each (<$1 each), so we grabbed two. I also grabbed some things from a nearby "bakery" thing. Just basic breaded items (some containing meat for ...
... and Tuesdays are my crazy days.
During dinner, I explained to Anthony why I was so happy to be back in China next semester. It will provide me the chance to do other things. My experience here has been great and I have made the best decision of my life. Beside, a semester of study abroad is only four months actually. Time goes by fast. I might as make the most out of it.
I will miss Anthony. He has been a great roommate. So far in college, my roommates tended ...
... quite a few of us to buy a stamp - this had our name, and the handle was our sign of the Zodiac. It was beautifully presented in a box with stamp pad. I am sure it will be useful to give weight to all our correspondence. Oh dear - how will it work with email? Other than those who had been to the Great Wall before, we were surprised at how steep the hills were. It was just 60 Kms from Beijing but felt as though we were ...
... He was able to log 4.5 hours of sleep before Kelley skyped us - needless to say that was a short conversation - we both shot out of bed as the MacBook, iPad and iPhone were all ringing at the same time.
We had a great night's sleep followed by a nice breakfast and the typical, scary taxi ride to St. Joseph's Catholic Church - you quickly learn to just close your eyes and pray! Stoplights, marked lanes, yield signs, etc are all viewed as ...
... ao4 li4 ao4). If you sound it out, Ao li ao sounds like Oreo. Many English food names are usually translated into Chinese phonetically. Which reminds me, right down the street from my hotel is a bakery called 'Honey.' Honey in Chinese is 蜂蜜(feng1mi4), but this store decided to translate 'honey' phonetically. Can you maybe guess what the store is called? 哈你 (ha1 ni3). Because the drinking age in China is 18, I also ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility