Tu Ha Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... birds nest is, we were taken right inside where they were showing clips from the games. A stroll around the surrounding area, followed by a noodle restaurant lunch, local style Kens favourite. I think that he feels comfortable enough with our small group to take us out of the tourist areas which is great and we were definitely the only westerners in there! Back to ...
... thanks to the stress of trying to order and pay.
B: Later that evening, when I frequented the dining area, I was again witness to the Chinese queueing system- i.e. none! There's no 'he was here first'. It's more akin to 'I made the most effort to push through everyone quickest, I am shouting the loudest, I am shoving my money in your face, and should therefore be served immediately'. Obviously in order to avert starvation, we began to adopt this strategy, ...
... checked e-mail, then headed out in search of some bottled water, drinks, and food at 9:49. I found a 24-hour KFC on nearby Wangfujing Avenue. Not in the mood to search out some real local food after emerging from a coma, I bought some popcorn chicken and french fries. Walked back to the Days Inn, stopping in a small shop to purchase a four-liter bottle of water.
Picked up some more yuan from my wallet, dropped off ...
... me and the drop - eeek - Bish's face was a picture! Not sure why he was so surprised! Ha. Anyway, at the end of this little trail was an open area with amazing views - we weren't the only ones to ignore the sign and this was obviously a lovely spot to sit, have a drink and snack and take it all in :-)
... his Chinese wide, Emily, and they met us at the uni to help us sort a few things out. Armed with a long to-do list, we walked with purpose throughout the morning, going from bank to bank to see who would accept Australian dollars to convert into yuan. I also was able to open my bank account, which took a long time, but only required a passport as identification for the account.
We went to a really nice Peking Duck restaurant for lunch, ...