Tiantan Wancheng Hotel
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* Insets, bugs and sea creatures - such as grasshoppers, spiders, starfish, caterpillar type bugs, sea horses and scorpions (some of which were still alive and wriggling). See video.
... not easy, especially Chinese.
After lunch, our professor went off to the bus while we returned to campus.
For a few hours, I researched more for my paper. Somebody knocked on our door. Anthony opened it and it was the ladies from the front desk. They were checking our bathroom.
Later, I went to the basement to study Chinese. Mohini was there and we decided to screw finals and go to a cafe outside of east gate. The waiter showed us her ...
... minute, then walked away. Well, it just prepared me for the relentless staring on our first day traveling around Beijing. The airport was really nice, though. St. Louis' airport really sucks in comparison. Then, we made it to our accomodations around 12 am (Beijing time) on the 14th and crashed.
P.S.- Included some funny English signs for your enjoyment. I will continue to post as I see them.
... has been very confronting. You can read about smoking on a train in Darren's Beijing blog but it happens everywhere. I've been accosted by baby-enthusiasts wielding smoldering cigarettes in bakeries, restaurants and toilets. Nowhere is sacred. We're staying in the King's Joy Hostel (which we've been a bit disappointed with to be honest), a hotel turned hostel where there are no smoking signs plastered all over the walls of the corridors on every floor. Yet ...
... of wooden & antique looking tables & chairs, lighting etc. Really lovely, so I enjoyed a Cappucino, whilst Andy had a fresh kiwi juice. Very lovely having such a nice coffee stop so close. There are of course other coffee shops available, starbucks or costa within a 10 min walk in 3 different directions!!
Next on the list was a hair cut for Andy, then the local bookshop called the Bookworm had a book sale, 50p books. I bought 2, the lady kindly pointed out that one ...