Rosedale Hotel & Suites Beijing
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... in life. Dragons are a sign of luck in China, just like the numbers 8 & 9 and the color red.
The nights were totally free, so we could do whatever we felt like doing, as long as we arrived on the next morning. That night I saw the local food market of Bejing. I discovered all kinds of food we (in the West) would consider as a little bizarre. Seastars, scorpions and snake were being sold for consumption. I also met two locals that night in the way home. As Dutch ...
... plan three lessons for the next day before we can go to bed. Many people are finding it hard to change their body clock so they are only getting about 4 hours sleep a night if they are lucky, I've been okay as it seems I can just sleep whenever I want to, but we are all getting pretty run down, we were also having to adapt to the high pollution levels in China! I was finding my throat was getting quite sore in the first few days so I decided to see if the hotel had any ...
... could not help walking so fast. My mind was all about getting dinner and returning to campus.
So glad that Olivia is on the same page as me about not wasting time. She is all about being on the go. Out of everyone in TBC, Olivia is my best pal. She and I just don't care to waste our time on people. I have no time to babysit people.
After my subway ride, I got bimbibak for dinner!
Then, I returned to my room to work on some things.
... found even in the bustling city of Beijing. At the cypress gardens surrounding the Temple of Heaven, one can find peace and quiet and a lack of other people, bar the occasional Tai Chi-perfoming oldster. The actual temples are however filled with tourists.
Houhai and Qianhai are the districts on either side of the lakes, and are both filled with restaurants, bars and cafés with nice lakeside views. I managed to squeeze in a stroll in the area before heading out for dinner at the ...
... crossing the city, it is a easy system to negotiate.
In no time I popped up over near the Forbidden City area again.. it has numerous parks and "hutongs" surrounding it. The nearby Tian'enman Square is busier but the visabilty in this area is poor.. After two perfect clear blue sky days the smoggy fog pockets are bizzare. I walk the perimeter of the city, towards my hotel past the hutongs..with their narrow alleys and single level courtyard houses which once ...