Bohao Radegast Hotel Beijing
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... thats the long and short of how I ended up with a frog leg on my chopsticks, dangerously close to my lips. After an internal "just do it Alex, it's not poison!" and a gulp, I bit down. My first thought... 'chewy'. My second thought, 'its actually not that bad'. My third thought and overall rating? 'I can see the appeal, and the spiciness was amazing, but maybe the texture is not for me. However, were I asked to eat spicy frog legs again I'd give it another go.' Basically, not ...
... tours to the Clock Pavilion filled with huge and complex clocks. Most with automatons attached to them. At 2.00 a selection were wound and chimed showing off the weird robots. I'm not sure why they were all so dusty, perhaps they are afraid to clean them and break them. Clocks were significant gifts to the Chinese as the emperor controlled time. He would officially give the time from numerous sundials scattered about the palace. ...
... though, Benny. You usually wear more flamboyant ones."
I yelled, "Representing the USA!"
After class, I returned to my room until I decided to go hang out in the lounge. In the lounge, Dennis and Adam were doing some weird things on their phones. Adam was laughing a lot and his laugh was so creepy because it was so high pitch and sounded like a stalker in the wood.
A guy named Harris entered in the lounge looking for Louis. ...
... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jingshan_ Park). Problem solved, no? We listened to groups of Chinese people singing and watched them dancing. Then I joined in and everyone was thrilled! One Chinese lady who was dancing walked up to me and said "Disco, Disco!" (pictures to come) We hiked to the top of the hill to see 5 Buddhist temples. These were very beautiful. I finally feel like I really am in China.
... lost all of their leaves and snow on the ground. As we got further the buildings varied from traditional old houses to newer towers and then older residential apartments. We made our way to our hotel (the Novatel Peace hotel) and checked in. The room was lovely and spacious and soon the bellboy arrived with our luggage. The minute he did he tried to hook us up with a taxi that would take us to the Great Wall for much cheaper than the hotel. We kept saying no and ...