Orange Hotel (Beijing Zhongguancun)
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... options were the restaurant at the hotel or the McDonald's on the street -- easy choice. The aromas and our talking about chicken feet and duck lips left Brennan pretty apprehensive about the food at the restaurant! It was a self service place where you ordered from several different counters and then the chefs prepared it on the spot. Our choices were Western type food, noodle soup, Asian, sushi, etc. Brennan finally settled ...
... that salary would be very low in the US, but a better rule of thumb is a household with a third of its income for discretionary spending is considered middle class.
It’s hard to say why exactly this is happening now. Economic theory claims that countries like China are further from the technology frontier and benefit quickly from the advances that take richer countries invest years of innovation to ...
... glittery 8-inch heels, all on women just walking down the street like nobody's business.
So far, I truly believe what they say about China being a country of contrasts. They don't give you bags at the grocery store because they want to protect the environment, but when you look outside all you see is smog. I'm looking forward to discovering more of these contrasts in the next 2 months! I miss you all - talk to you later!
... it didn’t even have a mark! And he lay on a big sword with his chest, it was sharp enough to poke through a rock melon. There were people with sticks, they smashed them on the man and the last stick was on his head. There was cast iron and he smashed it on his head and then it broke. I am pretty sure that that man was double black belt. At the end you could get photos with the actors.
We woke up at 6.30 and then went on the bullet train.
... from the airport to the city was easy, a half hour train (£2.50) goes directly and meets up with the metro. I had to catch two separate metro trains (20p for the entire journey!) to where I am staying in the Dongcheng district. By the time I arrived, it was already 4pm. And I can't be bothered to go out again! Wednesday 13 March 2013 Thinking I was up fairly early, I headed off on the metro towards Tiananmen Square. I like the metro here. It's made up of 16 different lines ...