Radisson Blu Hotel, Beijing
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- Swimming pool
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... and various animals, real and mythical.
The afternoon concluded with a drive back to Beijing, which went well at first along a freeway. Traffic was much heavier in town but once again the driver found a good way to get us back to the hotel ahead of schedule.
Our evening was supposed to include visiting a martial arts demonstration ...
Woke up early so we could go and get coffee from the shop up the road before going to the wall. I bought mini salad rolls supposedly for lunch and Leonie bought steamed buns. Back t the hotel to meet with the others at 8.30. We had a private bus supplied for the trip to the wall.
This was leonie's and my second trip but this was to a different location further away.
The bus took us through farming country and back roads once we left the traffic jams ...
... can help people to forget about their pressure, and go back to their childhood years." I went on the last day it was displayed, so the place was very full. Everyone there was pretty obsessed with interacting with the duck for photos; posing like you're touching it, hugging it, kissing it. Conversely, my friend Vesliana and I just took selfies of us doing things like 'duck face' in front of the Rubber Duck. You could see which ...
... all night even though they're only allowed to smoke outside the carriage. I also wasn't prepared for the amount of walking and steps I'd have to climb but that is probably not a bad thing as I haven't been to a gym for some time now! China is a nation of steps! I'll miss it and as always the hardest part is suing goodbye to the new friends I've made. However, I do feel very ready for Japan and couldn't be more ...
... book (literally!)
5:30-6 am: Wake up, continue with homework, review all new and old vocab
9 am: Leave for school.
9:25 am: Arrive on campus, greet Xiaobai, review new vocab
10-11 am: One on one class with Jiangjinchun
11 am: Homework and lunch
1-3 pm: Test
3-5 pm: Language activities (calling a restaurant to order food, reading Chinese newspaper, etc.)
5 pm: Let the weekend activities ...