The Ritz-Carlton Beijing
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... This morning my throat felt scratchy from all the screaming and my brain functioning was slow from the lack of sleep. Our visit to Didi taxi though turned that around the minute we stepped into their office. Didi is a fairly young transportation company, now catering strictly to businesses for their employees' travel needs. The office looks a lot like a Google office with everyone dressed casually (some were ...
... than the night before, so I'm thankful for that.
Friday, September 19
Another morning breakfast consisting of watermelon, toast, and eggs sunny-side up. That was good because I like my familiar American food. After breakfast we went to the subway. So stressful! It's like New York's subway on steroids. These Chinese people do not understand personal space. They just push and shove, and don't care if they're being rude. We took a few separate metro ...
... area. We ate at a Korean place in a close by mall while waiting for Sophia to finish work and meet up with us in the area. We ended up just going to a bar for a short while and caught up as much as we could. I wish there was more time. Dan and I tried to walk back from this area to our hostel, but wussied out at the half way mark and took a taxi the rest of the way.
-- Ryan L. ...
... duck being delicious and the spare ribs too. Both of them preferred the ribs to the duck (which always has a very funny smell in my humble opinion!). One of the waiters, the one who carved the duck had a very unusual head piece on which we deduced was to stop any potential dribbling on to the meat!! The other waiter must have thought that we were complete barbarians for drinking beer put of the bottle but he was just a little too slow in producing the beer glasses for us!
... a mandarin, lemon or apple comes individually wrapped in plastic; biscuits come individually wrapped in a larger plastic packet and given to you at the counter in yet another plastic bag; chopsticks come wrapped in plastic; cutlery in a diner comes wrapped in plastic; the street vendor serves her noodles or dumpling soup in a plastic bag which sits in a bowl thereby saving her the trouble of washing up; even the traditional key has been replaced with ...