Beijing Sihe Courtyard Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... however, is crazy-crazy. We were almost in so many wrecks ~ many! We saw several wrecks. We saw a car blazing smoke. The guy gets out, checks it out, gets back in and keeps trying to drive it even though it looked like it was going to blow-up any minute. There are sooo many rickshaws, bikes, pedestrians and other tiny odd semi-automobiles in the mix with the cars and buses that it is no wonder that over 80,000 die per year on their roads ~ there are no ...
... s moms had wanted to learn English so she asked my co-teacher if it would be okay if she came and was a student in my class. She would have her own desk in the back and would just take notes and listen. At first, I was a little nervous but it ended up being a big blessing as after class, she had come up to me and was chatting with me for a bit with the help of my co-teacher and she was telling me that she could help teach me Chinese if I wanted and in return I would help her ...
... rescued by a friend who marched me to the nearest place that did hot food and a cold beer near to another friends apartment where I would then be staying.
The first actual day I had was just spent sleeping in till midday- much needed- and then wandering around the Summer Palace at sunset, the royal gardens where the emperor and his concubines would come to escape the heat of the forbidden city. In the lake was a whacking great ...
... wanted to visit. It has an iconic status for travellers and has seemed a far distant future bucket list item. It's status is well earned. I'm still struggling to put it into words! We approached it by cable car - we went to the Mutianyu section of the wall - which seems a cop out. Until I tell you that the climb to the cable car was a workout in itself. Minnie was on Daniel's back and Harry was on my front as we climbed up past rows ...
... Gigi and I just sat back and relaxed, looking out the window, and chatting about nothing in particular.
Before setting our alarms to 6 AM and going to bed, I read a few chapters of Towers of Midnight on Gigi's Mom's IPAD. I'm so glad we borrowed that and I signed up for Amazon Kindle. I read that book for most of the flight to China. I'm excited to see the Forbidden City tomorrow and little anxious of how this tour will turn out.