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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... exhibits they are opening. After thinking it over during the break, I decided to take it. I now work one day a week in the office and one day at home. This left me tons of time on my own, so I decided to look for another part time job to keep me busy. After a couple of interview, I finally landed at a close international school as a part-time librarian. I am super excited to begin this new journey!
... never had before). Despite it being night, I already love the feel of this fusion city which has grown up so fast during only the past two years. Finally arrived at the hotel late to discover there are no adjoining rooms and so we had to conduct the tricky negotiation of which parent stays with which child/ren with very tired kids. Tricky. In the end I stayed with Alex alone and Ben is with the others tonight and us parents will swap around ...
We then hiked back down and found the most glorious thing I had seen in weeks- SUBWAY!!!
Oh, and we found a bunch of crazy shirts and other touristy things on the way down. I bought these cool glass jars that were painted from the inside with a bent paint brush. That takes skill. I think Jon bought ...
... with a start price of £38 haggled down to £4, not bad! Shoes with a start price of £48 haggled down to £8, can’t complain with that. It is almost a shame that we didn’t need to replace more of our clothes yet as this is just like walking around EBay.
Kung Fu Show: No trip to Beijing is complete without some Kung Fu, so the Masters of Kung Fu Show seemed like the perfect fix. Luckily we found some bargain tickets online and managed ...
... and story behind the Square obviously is what makes it so interesting to see. It was hard to fathom all of the historical events that took place where I was standing. I also got to see the Tian’anmen Flag Ceremony where soldiers march in place and then lower the flag. I made my way through the Square and saw the Monument to the People’s Heroes, Chairman Mao’s mausoleum, and Qianmen (15th century gate used to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility