Pangu Seven Star Hotel
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The morning here in Beijing started out smoggy.... I think the weather channel called it fog but it wasn't... Still we made a start, after a latish night at Wangfujing night markets... Omg I can't believe that they really do eat scorpion, cockroach etc.... What I think is yuk is another man delicacy.... Each to there own.... The creepy part about it is that the insects are still alive, until they are bbq'd to order.... It is a real tourism spot, lots of color, vibrancy, things to ...
... apples on a stick, so guess what, I just had to get one to fit it. Talk about wanting want other have! After a few hours of walking around the centre and browsing in all the expensive shops, it was time for us to crawl back to the slums of Beijing, grab some food and get back to our hotel. Obviously I opted for a budget tea, so off to the shop across the road, packet a chicken ring crisps, China's own Maltesers and a box of chicken noodles - just add ...
... their administrations. It was the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government. The complex consists of nearly 1,000 buildings and is enormous.
It is also very imposing . Constructed in an incredible 15 years by up to one million workers, each ...
... activities--some of the students are checking out the Silk Market, Summer Palace, and a handful of us may be heading to the hot springs! (A full report on all my adventures to follow soon.)
Living on campus is convenient, much more so than living in Wudaokou and commuting to class. Still, there are pros and cons. Right now I am living in the on-campus student dorms with other people from the CSI program. In many ways, ...
... was that we could see Tianamen Square from where we were - we get to go back there on Sunday so that'll be awesome. What's even COOLER was that we saw the building where Mao Zedong is laying in state... now, I can't imagine that anyone doesn't know who Chairman Mao is, but just in case, he is the man who began what we know as the People's Republic of China (basically, instituted communism in China). I am ashamed to say I didn't realize that he STILL lay in ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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