Metropolis Inn Beijing Workers Stadium
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... marathon a few weeks later, made me wonder whether the omnipotent Chinese government had installed a ginormous fan on the outskirts of the city for the celebration of the glorious republic that week.
I stayed in a great hostel in the hutong district, which still has streets of bungalows, tiny eateries and mah jong games on the street outside open front doors as one imagines a chinese city might have looked before the drastic redevelopment of recent years. ...
... majesty stands out despite the crowds and the noise. I felt like I was on some kind of pilgrimage and felt blessed to be there. We made it to the 8th tower after much huffing and puffing with knees creaking lol !! And according to Mao Zedong , we can now call ourselves heroes !
Biggles attracted a lot of attention and giggles from Chinese of all ages ...
... stripes. His dad was following him.
For a bit, I walked around the campus. I entered one building and was in amazed with the fabric patterns on the walls. Then I checked out a few floors.
I felt out of placed at the fashion school. Too bad that I was not actually a student there. I wished that I could have spent my second semester in Beijing at the fashion school. The Beijing Institute of ...
... back in and got a seahorse to eat. The seahorse was quite crunchy and salty with not a lot to it, but not too bad. This was the end of the snack street for the night and I went back to the hostel and started to upload pictures from my camera to my computer and rest for the night.
July 21st - Fun in Beijing
Note: While walking around I realized I had the wrong name for the girl from Clifford and it is now fixed.
I woke up and had breakfast then planned ...
... people to go inside, so now it’s quite the tourist attraction even for the locals. It was HUGE. It took most of the day to walk through with our audio guides (we were with mum after all) and it was fascinating to learn about the emperor’s lives, the daily activities of the empresses, the concubines and the royal feasts. Then we split up so I could go back to the hotel and rest with mum, and James went on to explore Tian’ nmen square. Mum ...