Flowering House Courtyard Hotel

Address: No.23 Huageng Hutong, Jiao Dao Kou, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100007, China | 1 star inn
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      Beijing bound

      A travel blog entry by oldorchard on Sep 18, 2014

      4 comments, 6 photos

      ... area and then hopefully a good night's sleep before a day tomorrow full of Beijing tourist sights. Tomorrow's blog should contain content a little more interesting anecdotes than today. Pleased to read in the newsletter that the Walkathon was a huge success. Tomorrow is footy day - AFL doesn't seem to rate very highly over here but we will all be checking up on the results. Isn't technology amazing! Enjoy your holidays and keep ...

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      ... t fun, and made me realize that as dedicated and brilliant as the language professors were at the College, if I was going to get this language down, it wouldn't be in classrooms in Virginia -- I'd have to go to where it was spoken. I realized I'd have to go to China. And after more soul searching and even deeper talks with my girlfriend, my mother, and more close friends, I made the difficult decision to leave William & Mary and everyone I have there for a ...