North Star Continental Grand Hotel
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... a public place there is a lot of security and police on this square. While walking towards the square we see the same sugar coated strawberries as Clíona had on Xi'an they were yummy so Clíona and Miriam share one now. There are gates and fences everywhere in Beijing so was quite a struggle to get to the square but was definitely worth it when we got there. Goodness it's huge! What an experience! From here we can also see the forbidden city, but that's planned for ...
... quality images. We saw several different types of 3D printers, and a wonderful fridge door. Yes, believe it or not, a fridge door. It was transparent. But it wasn't really. It was so cool!! You could see inside, but you could also interact with it, and you could write notes, you could check the use by dates on the food, it could send you messages. I took a very quick video of it in action because I was excited by it. If you didn't want it to be on, you could ...
... and I slowly improved. It took me time to not get upset with the locals. I realized that I should not take things personal. I just had to adapt.
Right after dinner, Bethany and I chilled in the Bookworm. So happy that I saw that place for one last time. I spent a few weekends there doing homework. The burger there was so good. I enjoyed drinking the tea or cappuccino there.
Bethany and I spoke about how happy we were that we became friends. I treasured ...
... The mains exhibits cover Chinese history from the Yuanmou Man from about 1.7 million years ago to the end of the Qing Dynasty in 1912, and has a permanent collection of over 1,050,000 precious and rare items. We were both particularly fascinated by the exhibition which chronicles the rise of communism in China and the subsequent rise to power of the PRC under Chairman Mao and China's rise to become a world superpower. Propaganda at it's best, ...
... it changes our lives - giving us the chance to write, email, download photos and generally pass the time when not out sightseeing. The guesthouse has a comfortable café/common room where we spend a fair amount of downtime, chatting with other guests and staff, and mucking about on the computer. The staff, and there appears to be many off them, are all Chinese and mostly girls. They all seem to be about 12 years old but are in fact in their 20s, and are ...