Yong An Hotel
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A superb start to the day. KFC for brekkie - it was convenient - outside KFC was a taxi, no drama at the train station, uneventful trip, even had a kip. I knew it was too good to be true and instead of Beijing Station i was at offed the train at Beijing West. So my plans to pop onto the metro and make my way to the hotel. It took me 30 min to find …
... ill lately.
For our lesson, we started a new chapter. We listened as our professor read the a paragraph. I responded to some of her questions. So far, Natasha is the best speaker in my class. She naturally speaks without any problems. My professor kept telling me that my pronunciation needed work.
When it was toward the end of class, I quickly wrote down the homework assignment. Then I closed my textbook. My professor laughed and starred at me, ...
... lounge. Then I dashed to Chinese class. Before class started, Olivia said a statement about not knowing what was happening culturally in the US. That made me realized that I had no idea what was happening in Colorado. I had no idea if it was snowing there now.
Colorado will always be home to me. However, I am beyond happy to be in Beijing now. I consider Beijing my home now. Sophomore year of college made me ...
... I was surrounded by a group of curious/odd older gentleman who came out of their seats to stand around and stare at me in my plight. One gentleman was licking a chicken bone while staring as if he were watching a so/so TV show. I turned and looked at all of them like "what gives?!". Stop staring! I was so tired and frustrated and confused. After getting no where, the toll person just stared down at a blank piece of paper rolling a pen in his hands and ignoring me. I asked if ...
... Eastern Han, Western Jin, Northern Wei, Sui, and Tang dynasties). It served as a capital for more than 1500 years! Luoyang is where Taoism originated, and the first Buddhist temple set up by the government was located in Luoyang. The Longmen Grottoes were listed by UNESCO in the list of World Heritage Sites in November 2000. The White Horse Temple is the first Buddhist temple and is honored as the 'Cradle of Buddhism in China'.
Xi’an is as old ...
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