Flowering House Courtyard Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I started this day in Atlanta, GA. I woke up at 5:30 am Atlanta time, then flew to Chicago O'Hare from Hartsfield-Jackson, then transferred to a Boeing 777 for the flight to Beijing. This second flight was 14 hours long, but our crew managed to get us there in 12 hrs and 30 minutes. I watched 5 movies in this time.
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... early, so I can relax during my last weeks in Beijing. So odd to think that my time in Beijing is coming to an end soon.
Despite being nervous about what is going to happen this summer (no internship yet), I am feeling very excited. Never before have I felt so relieve not to be bound down yet. It is actually fun to not plan for once and see what happens.
My time traveling has made me see that my life happens organically; if I force anything, nothing happens. Life ...
... dialogue." But after talking to him, he was interested in increasing his TOEFL score. So we spent 1.5 hrs going over some strategies. At one point he asked to take a break and wanted to ask me questions about Ivy League schools and if the ranking of the school mattered. So that was pretty much our class; it went well. It was a one-time class.
I went straight to the dorm, walked up 6 flights of stairs (WHY do they shut off ...
... we walked in and saw that there were windows on the doors and felt it might be safe...enough. It was great actually, the chinese really know how to give a good massage!
From Beijing, I took an overnight train to Xi'an. When I got to the train station waiting area...I'd never seen so many people crammed into a confined space before. People were sitting on their luggage, on the floor...it was crazy.. And then on the train, there were people ...
... acrobats start intense training at a very young age.
I began today with a market tour offered through The Hutong where I have been taking cooking classes. This one-hour excursion takes you through a big Chinese market and explains the various vegetables, tofu, fresh noodles, baked goods, meats, and spices. It was a great tour though lots of information and no easy way to remember it ...