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... or bars. You have to go to a public toilet. I had to go to the toilet next to people I don't even know. So so weird. We also had a shot of whiskey and pickle juice. Which was fowl but one of the guys bought it so felt I had to drink it. The pickle juice takes away the taste of the whiskey apparently.... I think that was a lie. We told the guys who live here about getting scammed and they said they here about it all the time and it's a ...
... 31 and traveled 10 minutes to T2/T1, departing at 3:44. We traveled 15 minutes to Sanyuanqiao Station and then another six minutes to the terminal at Dongzhimen Station on Beijing Subway Line 2, the inner ring subway that encircles the city center (Line 10 is an outer ring subway).
I tried to purchase a travel card with multiple fares at Dongzhimen Station but the subway clerk shrugged and shook her head to indicate she doesn’t sell those. So I had to buy a single ...
... the paperwork with the WRONG address on it and eventually they handed over my cash.
I went back to the hostel to stash some of my cash. With my track record over the past few weeks I figured it was better to err on the side of caution. With the cash safely tucked away, I went out to do some more exploring. I caught the metro to "Beijing Zoo Station" with the intention to check out the zoo. I thought I should try to at least see one zoo properly while I ...
... heart of Beijing. There are vendors on every corner (who knows what they are selling) and it's really easy to get lost! Day two of our stay we headed out to visit The Lama Temple, we walked there from our Hostel and man it was far...the temple was worth the walk!! It's absolutely beautiful. There is a giant statue of The Maitreya Buddah that has made it into the Guinness book of world records that stands at 18 meters high (above ...
... known as the Beijing National Stadium where Beijing held the 2008 Olympics. the stadium cost US$423 million.
The design was awarded to a submission from the Swiss architecture firm Herzog and de Meuron in April 2003 after a bidding process that included 13 final submissions. The design, which originated from the study of Chinese ceramics, implemented steel beams in order to hide supports for the retractable roof giving the stadium ...