CITIC Hotel Beijing Airport
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... until there were no other shops around so I walked back and stopped in a market and bought a bag of potato chips. Just as I was about to give up, I saw a girl eating a sandwich. Oh my God! A sandwich!! Where could I obtain such a delicacy here in China? I accosted the poor girl and made my best attempt to keep her from thinking I was mugging her and asked her in my best charade language where the sandwich was from. She pointed back down the Alley my hotel was in ...
... stories to tell and some of our travellers are not able bodied but there is always a helping hand. I am thinking that the itinerary was not too clear about how much walking there is to do, as some of them have struggled with the heat and walking. I am pretty sure I have never drunk so much water (all provided). A great day, loved it all. And by the way at the top of the entrance to The Great Wall, in the middle of who knows where, we found a Subway! Here endeth the third ...
... we brought a set of plastic knives and forks from home, so pulled them out and went to work. Anyway it was a really good meal, delicious actually, the only downside was feeling guilty about taking so long to eat in a tiny hole in the wall place jammed with customers and more waiting at the door. It was incredibly noisy, the locals seem to yell at one another all the time, but we were actually ignored and ate ...
... city. The only noise was the constant chirping of cicadas (actually a nice change from the sound of the nongmings of Beiing constantly honking their horns). I wouldn't exactly recommend it to anyone to visit because it was nothing special. If you want to see the nicer area of Beijing, go to the Great Wall.
That's all for now, until next time, Zaijian. ...
... mistranslation so it sounds more intimidating than it really is. Each building has an intricate design painted on it. At first I thought it was just a few buildings but after walking up to one of the last buildings I could see the entire place and realized it was huge. We were not allowed to go all the way in some buildings, just take pictures. In one building there was the chair one of the emperors sat in and everyone ...