Beijing Tibet Hotel
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... disaster coming? Otherwise. it was a bleak landscape. Hundreds of thousands of trees and shrubs have been planted along the highway, but since very, very few were in bloom and had any leaves, it was dreary. Nearer the harbor, we saw stacks and stacks of cargo containers. some were at least 7 high. The highways were wide, so they can accommodate plenty of traffic. It was light today, however. As we have before, we went through toll areas, two today.
Tianjin is definitely NOT ...
... head South in order to make the most of my China visa (I could potentially stay until 17th January). Then I may carry on into Lao, Thailand and Myanmar's land boarder, that was only opened for unlimited land travel in September 2013. I've been told by more than one person that now is the time to visit Myanmar, as it's still unspoilt by the backpacker trail, as it's just opening up. I guess it will be people like me that will westernise it. Alternatively, I could ...
Bad start as keryn left her new purple shoesmon plane and theymwere taken Arrived and no transport. Caught taxi and finally arrived at our amazing hotel. Had shower then walked to Tiananmen Square and entrance to Forbidden City Caught taxi to Silk Market but we were disappointed in the shopping there. Bought some beaded jewellery. Had foot massage and loved it. Had drink in cafe and t hen caught subway back to mall and looked in shops. Ate at restaurant nearby then ...
... activities--some of the students are checking out the Silk Market, Summer Palace, and a handful of us may be heading to the hot springs! (A full report on all my adventures to follow soon.)
Living on campus is convenient, much more so than living in Wudaokou and commuting to class. Still, there are pros and cons. Right now I am living in the on-campus student dorms with other people from the CSI program. In many ways, ...
... they are celebrating their 50th anniversary in September. We all said “Happy Birthday” individually and then sang the Happy Birthday song in Chinese… I’m pretty confident that the BLCU community will get a good laugh at the Americans from Northern Virginia on this video come September!
We proceeded to dinner followed by a performance of Peking Opera. It was fantastic and SO much fun! The make up, the costumes – ...
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