Pangu 7 Star Hotel Beijing
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 36861;į 40;女孩) and "My Old Classmate" (同桌的你).
*I will warn you now, there will be a few spoilers for these two movies...read at your own discretion*
Now I will try to ruin the movie as least as possible but it'll be really hard to do...actually I'll try to not spoil anything because I recommend you guys to all watch the movies (with English subtitles of course). Both movies revolve around young ...
... you cannot get close to them. Everything is roped off so it is all look at from a distance which I found a little disappointing. People everywhere trying to sell cheap junk as we'll. we walked from the square to the forbidden city which was originally the home of the emperor it. It stretches on forever but you only get to walk through certain sections and it is very crowded. The architecture is amazing and the buildings are ...
... was a funny moment when a Chinese woman made her husband have a photo with us, and just before it was taken she rushed forward to straighten his jacket as obviously he didn't look smart enough for such a momentous occasion! We then took the metro to the Nanluoguxiang district again in search of dinner. We found a nice place where we both had decent, well priced curries. Tomorrow we're booked on a high speed train to ...
... from beginning to end of camp!
The camp ended with a talent show on Saturday morning. Class 10 did a fantastic performance of Cinderella, the highlight definitely being one of the boys, Mike's performance as the evil stepmother. Everyone was splitting their sides with laughter as he spoke in a shrill 'evil stepmotherish' tone! Their dance, in which I had a starring role, also went down well. I managed to completely embarrass myself by dancing like an idiot but ...
... from Qian men Emperors Avenue. This avenue led from the Temple of Heaven in the south, through Tian'anmen Square, all the way up to the Forbidden City in the North. A very long walk indeed. We had found Xian cold in the last two days we were there but the bitterly cold temperatures of Beijing caught us off guard. We knew it was further north and therefore colder but the brilliant blue skies and soft breeze, combined with the sub zero temperature, cut through ...