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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... this part of the world, so the responses across Vietnam and China have ranged from excited delight, as though I was a D-list celebrity to perplexed curiosity - as if you saw a two-headed cow cross the road and wasn't quite sure what to make of it.
As a result, I have grown accustomed to being stared at, pointed at, and laughed at as I walked down the street. This reaction is not apparently considered rude so there is no filter or self-censorship. ...
... bed and could not hold my eyes open. I was trying so hard, but physically could not do it. I missed the whole discussion. Finally, I heard Anna say that we'd finish tomorrow because people weren't participating since they were tired. I felt bad, but happy I could go to sleep. I was passed out before the guys even left our room, about 9:30. I didn't even shower even though I was very yucky from the long day in the hot sun. I'm finishing this at 5:30 am. It wasn't a great sleep, ...
... corner and there was the local bus station, and lo and behold, at least 3 buses for route 51 were waiting there. What a glorious day as a tourist in Beijing!
Later that week, after having our wallets drained I, Søren, went to withdraw some cash. I went to the bank closest to our hostel, the Bank of China, and used the ATM inside. Over the next few days I spent some of the money without problems. But one evening, when I was taking a taxi home, the driver didn't ...
When I sat down, the waiter came and gave me the menu. I ordered the English tea. When I ordered it, I was a moron to say "yin wen cha." I should had said, "yin guo cha (English tea)." Oh well. The waiter understood me. Book Worm offered amazing food, but I was not in the mood to eat.
I drank my tea while doing some reading for class. After reading for a bit, I wrote creatively for over an hour. Writing has been a tool for me to express ...
... caught the Beijing underground to the 'Temple of heaven' a huge park where the Sunday morning locals were out exercising, performing Tai chi, playing Chinese chess and other strange pastimes. This is a beautiful landscaped park with some ancient Chinese pagoda's it's roots go back to 1420 in 270 acres when it was built for the Ming and Qing emperors to worship for good harvests for the year ahead. The weather seems to have turned today instead of ...