161 Hotel Beijing Jingzhou
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... night out in Beijing on a rooftop bar in Sanlitun, with drinks for about £2.50!
The next couple of days were left to flathunting within Beijing and a mixture of smog and the taste of alcohol don't mix. After dealing with our agent Samvie, who was less helpful than helpful, I got a flat in Xzihimen with an American from Florida called Kevin.
Whilst this was getting settled I went to visit Tiananmen Square and the outskirts of the ...
... failure of a detour, we reoriented towards the Alien Street Market. We decided to further push our sore feet, being too cheap to pay for a taxi. It was a long walk, and we got very, very lost. We saw the Sri Lankan ambassadors house, as well as some other diplomatic compounds before traipsing through a park, getting lost amid a ton of high rises, and failing to find our objective even with several maps and a smart phone. Our attempts at asking for ...
... to get some dinner with them. I said yeah.
We walked toward the east gate and Mohini and Olivia misunderstood each other about where we were going. They both were not thinking of the same restaurant. Despite that, we ended up eating up the dumpling place to eat some grilled veggie and meat. It was so yummy.
After dinner, we went into the Muslim restaurant to eat some rice and bread. When it came to pay the bill, Olivia and I ...
... On our campus, there is an area with several different food vendors. They look a little sketchy, but Wei told us they are safe because they are on Peking’s campus, so the government regulates them closely. I went to a stand called “Taiwan Pancake” and had basically a fried “pancake” (that’s more like a fried tortilla) with Pepper steak and black pepper sauce. I didn’t really know what I was going to get, but he ...
... been required. She didn’t observe many people buying anything either so she figured that the prices were to blame.
I spent the day wandering the hutongs and snacking on street food. The thing I love most about Beijing are the hutongs. These are mazes of alleyways which crop up in various places around the city. Sadly they are fast disappearing to give way to newer buildings. It seems that in these communities life continues in the way it has done for ...