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... s amusement, there in front of 50 or so Chinese people Claire and the old man danced a little jig.
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... reverse. Pizza, burger, chicken fingers and fries? It can be quite overwhleming. You have to choose one only for yourself. You can share, but you really can't. The meals are meant that way. So as I sit here and watch the table of locals watching me, watching them (all inconspicuous, of course) me and the girl that has disappeared for so long have a really good laugh about all of ...
... t fun, and made me realize that as dedicated and brilliant as the language professors were at the College, if I was going to get this language down, it wouldn't be in classrooms in Virginia -- I'd have to go to where it was spoken. I realized I'd have to go to China. And after more soul searching and even deeper talks with my girlfriend, my mother, and more close friends, I made the difficult decision to leave William & Mary and everyone I have there for a ...
... went to the Great Wall with a group from the Leo Hostel. They said it was great. 8 people were in their van and they went to an almost empty part of the wall with both reconstructed and unreconstructed parts of the wall. Only a handful of tourists? That's like the good 'ol days. One big change we have noticed during this 2011 China trip has been the dramatic increase in the number of Chinese tourist. They are everywhere now. They crowd all the ...
A quick update on our last few days in Beijing before we set off in the wilderness... The night before last we went for some Peking Duck; a must when visiting Beijing. We ended up walking out of the first restaurant we chose as the price was astronomical, not before having a gander at the menu though. Sea cucumber seemed to be a favourite there and shark fin soup was also on the menu. There was a program on Channel 4 a few weeks back that Gordon ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPoly Plaza Hotel Beijing
The Poly Corporation seems to use this hotel as a training facility for new employees... with hotel guests as the "guinea pigs". Don't expect them to understand English very well, and prices are not the best deal.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.