Quest International Hotel
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... As a pedestrian you are low man on the totem pole and crossing the street or even walking on the sidewalk becomes like a real live game of frogger. We finally found the park but had to cross 8 lanes of busy traffic. There are no stop lights which would be irrelevant anyway. We quickly learned the herd mentality, just like a pack of antelope crossing the ...
... at table 13 and shortly after taking our seats the ceremony began. Dance party music came on and a pink light show kicked off the ceremony. There was a person doing sand art drawling’s (Zen Garden), telling the story of how Tasha and Lew met and fell in love. The bridesmaids, groomsmen, and Lew walked down the runway. Then, the doors opened and Tasha and her father walked into the room. ...
... make choosing a little easier but communication is very limited. We order spicy pig's ears and aubergines which are too much to finish but delicious.
Exhausted we shuffle back to the hotel but need to keep our eyes open to write our blog. On the way up in the lift we study various notices spelling out the many things that we are not permitted to do there: none of them would have in fact occurred to us, and we acknowledge sadly how unimaginative we must be.
... one of the girls who worked in the first Hostel I stayed at in Beijing came and found me the next day in my new Hostel just to say she was sorry to hear that I had missed it and was there anything she could help with, which was really nice. My last day in Beijing I was sat having some food with a local lad of about 17 sharing my table. His English was as bad as my Chinese but he shared his steamer of dumplings with me as he couldn't eat them all which ...
... discovery of the warriors, and headed inside. We met the supposed man who found the warriors, who was only paid 2,000 rmb for his fine duty, and then we saw another farmer who our tour guide claimed was an imposter. I doubt either were the real deal. First we went to Pit 1, the largest pit that contains most of the warriors and are farthest away from the emperor. Something I hadn't known was the warriors had all been smashed to pieces by some ...