Sariz International Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... The boss is actually Chinese American and he loves to sit and chat with foreign guests. Then I got a phone call from my old student Harry. I had told him that I was in Beijing and to let me know if he had time to meet. His timing was perfect. I went to meet him for dinner then we went to McDonald’s and sat and chatted over coffee and ice cream. He was one of my students in Xifeng and now he is living and working in Beijing doing IT and software development. He’s ...
The day started off with visiting Tianammen Square to walk around and see where the infamous photo of the man facing off with the the tank was taken. In the Square is the site of Chairman's Mao tomb. He is interred in a glass coffin and the line to file by him (there is no stopping) stretches around and around. It is a four or more hour wait to get in to see Mao. We opted not to do that as we only had limited time. The square is huge! It also provided my first experience ...
... amp; Rose have a walk around this new station and return with a bag full of goodies for the train. The train left on time for the 5 hour journey to Beijing. Arriving in Beijing just after 5 pm was not good. We decide on two taxis again. Shelagh and I take the first, Rose and Gordon go for the one behind. The 5 km journey takes an hour, with 45 minutes of waiting time. We arrive and check-in are shown around the hotel but there's no sign of R & G. The first 2 ...
Two months today since I left home, and maybe another two months until I come back. It feels like its been so long already but I'm only halfway. Crazy.
I've started doing more touristy stuff this week. Lucy and Mr. Cao took me to the Great Wall of China, and decided I needed a friend so found an 18 year old chinese guy who trekked along it with me. I'd just met the guy two minutes ago when Lucy asked if I wanted to live with him for a couple of days and ...
... looking our way!!) Luckily for me I must have looked stronger than he though because he didn't stage a full on assault with a spatula (mercifully the dumpling business doesn't employ the use of meat cleavers) but stood remonstrating 6 inches from my face. Anyway, to cut a long story short, a "kindly" passer-by, brokered us a mutually dissatisfactory deal and no doubt took a cut of the transaction. I got 60 Y change, but gave back 3 dumplings! That's 3 chicken dumplings for ...