Xinghaiqi Holiday Hotel
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In the past week our Chinese teacher has been showing us these Chinese romantic comedies in class. As a result I'm going to write a movie critique sort of post.
I have watched three of these movies in the past week, 2 of them are Chinese romantic comedies that came out in the past year or so. To be honest their plots are rather similar, their titles are "You Are The Apple of My Eye" (那些年，ৎ ...
... down. Off back to Beijing for Peking duck. It was only 4.30 when we got to the restaurant which was too early.. Beer again but they did give us green tea with the meal this time. The Peking done was not very good. The duck I cooked myself was better. Hope to find a better one when we return to Beijing at the end of May. Have arranged massages in our room tonight. $35.00 for ninety minutes. It was fantastic. Slept very ...
... to get the metro to the Olympic Stadium (the famous "Bird's Nest"). We decided to wait there until it got dark to take photos of the stadium all lit up, as well as the Aquatics Cube that changes colour. This was a good decision as the buildings looked great all lit up and there was quite a fun atmosphere and a lot more people around than I expected. Again, we were also a popular subject for photos for some ...
... interesting' to say the least..... Then the 'Are boys more important than girls?' debate that really set them off. Ironically it was actually 2 boys that ended up fighting - one arguing the boys case, the other standing up for the girls. Basically Palatino whipped out his Hierarchy of Needs spiel again, trying to argue it was relevant to the question and the opposition beat him down attempting to show it was irrelevant. Amazing to see the transformation on their ...
FORBIDDEN CITY AND OLYMPIC PARK After surviving the train journeys from Xian to our accommodation in Beijing, we checked-in and hit the streets by about 9.30am, happy to have used last nights train journey to change cities, giving us maximum time to explore during the day. We swung by a tourist office we had spotted on the way in. While they spoke no English, we managed to get a basic map of Beijing in English. We had chosen a very central location and we were a ...