Super 8 (Beijing Kaifang Road)
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... Beijing. The city is a mix of old colorful stucco high rises against shiny glass skyscrapers. Some have roofs shaped like old temples. The pollution is apparent, even the second row of buildings from road was shrouded in yellow fog.
On the 45 minute drive to dinner (we ate before heading to the hotel), our trip organizer took the mic, and first apologized for his English, stating that his first foreign language is French. He warned us that ...
I didn't get to talk with Nick, but he seemed to be a nice guy.
TBC provided us pizza! Pizza is the college student's diet. It has everything a college student needs to survive. I ate so many slices. Didn't have anything really today.
When I returned to my room, I talked with Emi online for a bit. She was telling me that she was doing great in Chicago. So happy to hear that from her.
Then, I studied for my Chinese exam tomorrow.
... since I would be the only American in the company. He also was talking about a full-time position. I eventually realized that he did not know that I would be going home in 20 days. I think he was bummed. I think they would have offered me whatever I wanted if I was staying. As it is, if they have students who want "foreigner classes" they will call, and I will teach them. Much the same as this school. Works for me.
By the time Ada and ...
... by filling up the tub for a hot soak. The bathroom in our room has glass walls :) thankfully with shades that glide up/down at the touch of a button. Now we're wide awake at 3am, playing Legos. The pollution is bad tonight, very smoggy. I read it's at 'hazardous' level but those readings rise and fall quickly. Looking forward to exploring our surroundings tomorrow, aka shopping. :) There's a mall ...
... very well travelled and had just come from visiting their daughter in Shanghai which they loved! Their experience of Beijing was (as other people's has been) slightly different to ours but I guess with such a huge city that would be the case! Arriving at Bruce's Chalet we settled in, getting a free selection of melon and mango and coffees and teas from who we presume us Bruce's lovely wife! The chalet is an oasis of ...