Beijing Scitech Hotel
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... because I had toothpaste. Got through eventually and then had to start the long walk to the gate. Beijing is the world’s largest airport and they were not kidding about that. I found the gate and then decided to go find a snack. It took me 15 minutes to get back to the main area where there was food. I got back to the gate and it was time to get on the flight. It was about a 3 hour flight to Hong Kong. Before takeoff, TV screens dropped down and gave a live view from the ...
Welcome to Beijing. This is the view from my hotel room at 6am - thats not fog - its smog!
At 7:30am we were picked up by our tour guide Michael, where Trevor and I set off for a day trip. Our first visit was The Great Wall of China - and it was spectacular. Beautiful Autumn morning and we went to Badaling - I managed to climb up to about 3 towers in height, before I decided that I was officially a ...
... The jumped back, especially Chris with his scared expression. They told me that they were picking up their suits in Sanlitun. Max showed up too and he said something about everyone having to work on the ten single space paper tonight. Then, he turn and gave me the look.
"I got that done already, *****es." I snapped.
When I exited the subway station, I ran into Andrew. He said he had the paper to do too. I said, "I turned that in a week ago."
... for us to finish. Next stop was the International Gift Museum, an extremely random collection of vases, ornate wooden objects and paintings given to the Kim's from Koreans in other countries. The building was newly opened and very grand with a feeling of a secret CIA headquarters tucked away in the woods given the massive marble facade. Inside was equally amazing with chandeliers and marble lining the corridors and rooms all spotlessly ...
... down, with the roots on the top. Scattered around are various small pagodas. I left the Forbidden City through the Northern-most gate and into Jingshan park. This park is an artificial hill using the soil dug out from the moats around the Forbidden City. The park is used by locals for recreational activities, I found dance classes and ribbon twirling! On top of the hill are three pavilions, with a lovely view out across the city - in particular the Forbidden City. All the orange ...