Xin Jiang Hotel
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- Fitness/Health center
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Three days ago, I went camping on the Great Wall, rare experience for many people. I didn't even know that it was possible until many of my teachers told me about it. Some of them did it in the spring and talked about what a great experience it was. Despite their stories, nothing really prepared me for this experience. First of all, camping on the Great Wall is illegal but, as with everything in China, there are always loopholes and ways to get around the system. Meaning, that ...
... on the famous crispy pancake-clad duck to which the city lent its name, accompanied by shredded cucumber, spring onion, dumplings and plum sauce. The diner was an English-free zone; yet again, we were indebted to our Sydney safety net. It was exquisite.
Now we eschewed the planned Confucian temple in order to visit Fragrant Hills Park in the northwestern outskirts; our taxi ride granted us views of a city of lofty glass and soaring steel that hitherto ...
... First Class Suite 1A and BusinessFirst Class Seat 6A were blocked for pilot rest. What? The computer system had shown only one seat held in BusinessFirst for pilot rest. Why were they now blocking a suite in First? That explained why Suite 1A vanished from the seat map a few minutes ago. Now there’s only four suites left; but fortunately I am #4 so I should still be okay.
The gate agent then spoke with a standby on the list behind me. I heard the agent tell the ...
Where to begin. Last Entry I found myself in a familiar noodle hut in the early hours of the morning. Since then it has been a trying start to this adventure. I set out to continue my studies of this language. I intentionally kept my expectaions low and within reason. That said it has been a trying experience and to be expected. It makes me think, how difficult it must have been ...
... with a lovely cafe and restaurant that served up great food. They also offered a 15% discount for guests in the hostel too. My first dorm experience in more than a decade was great too - only four to a room the dorms were clean and warm with a lovely big cosy duvet.
Checked in, had a wander around some nearby shops - alarmed at the proximity of several nice boutiques selling cashmere and silk scarfs for which I have a predilection.....feared for a ...