Wangfujing Grand Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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the classes to actually tell me what they thought of I got things like “Selling
shoes”, “washing cars” and “opening a restaurant” so not exactly what I had
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... to China was not only about learning the language for me, but to open myself up to the other cultures that we are not usually exposed to back home, and this event really summed everything up.
On Saturday, I went out with a friend to the Beijing Zoo Market to go shopping and celebrate our exams being over. We made some good purchases, and were pleased that the shop wasn't too uncomfortably stuffy or overcrowded. The market ...