Raffles Beijing Hotel
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... 18, Saturday</b> *Visit Tian'anmen Square and Palace Museum(Forbidden City) <b> July 19, Sunday</b> *Visit the Great Wall, National Stadium(Bird’s Nest), National Aquatics Centre(Water Cube) *Acrobatics Performance <b> July 20, Monday</b> Chinese Language Class Culture Class: Traditional Chinese Painting <i>Main Building 30</i><i>8</i> <b> July 21, ...
... to be one of the more difficult parts of the trip! We all tried some really delicious food and hopefully will experience even more during the rest of the trip. Our very first committee started at 6:30 and went to around 9/9:30 pm. We were all incredibly nervous for the first session and had been studying incessantly a few days prior. We came out of the committee satisfied with our work and are ready for the next day! ...
Hello everybody, I am sorry for not keeping up with my blog and causing some concerned, believe or not, I managed to keep really busy, even out here on my trip. I'll start with Beijing. This was Marco Polo’s final segment of his trip with his father & uncle from Venice, Italy to China to meet with the Kublai Khan (Yuan Dynasty – sometime near 1275 CE - although he traveled extensively later under the services of the Khan) so here ...
... food and the tube are cheap, perhaps they are the communist throw backs when everything was regulated. The tube costs 20p per single journey wherever you go. Also we realise that you are never meant to finish food in China, they always give you too much, again is this another communist throw back?
We walk back to our hotel, past a lot of Government buildings who are all heavily patrolled and the roads along these buildings are being ...
... story. Unfortunately, characters cannot be used in every scenario that we use them in English. For example, a word meaning 'painful' may only mean 'painful' in the sense of physical pain, rather than emotional pain, although in English it can be used in both situations.
Friday was a huge relief to finally finish the tests that had been worrying me, so it was a nice surprise to have my teacher for the last 2 hours of class ...