Green Tree Inn Beijing Anzhen National Stadium Business Hotel
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... I don't think the masks actually do anything; unless they're hooked up to an oxygen tank, you're still breathing the **** in. This morning I woke up feeling like I'd smoked three packs of cigarettes; I have a cough and a headache. If this is how it's affecting me after really only being here for 36 hours, I can't imagine living here. Today the air quality is significantly better, you can actually smell the change; tomorrow I'm going to ...
... the city with Kels snoring as loudly as the American lady did on the way out, even waking herself up at points and laughing...bless! We round this great day off with a foot massage...should make for some interesting conversation explaining my tattoo -let alone the pong of our post hiker feet kicking up ( Lisa will not approve)!!! A day off tomorrow - defiantly a lie in on the cards, then onto Vietnam. Flying 777-300 with China Southern Airlines - think we know what's for lunch! Love to all, Oli and Kels ...
... chocolate cake! The cake slice was actually too big for me. Sadly, I only finished half of it.
When I was getting a plate, "Make sure to write in the blog that I gave you a plate." Miguel joked.
I wonder how many people actually read my blog.
For a while, I talked with people including Caitlin about the disgusting mess from the filthy animal yesterday in her classroom.
When I was talking with others, Emi smacked my arm as a joke. I spilled ...
... thriving 21st century urbanations. The rest of the country evens out the numbers so that China can claim it’s a developing country. They’re bluffing, but it’s all good capitalism.
Beijing, for example, contains a New York City – people, buildings, shopping, food, culture. It also contains a Tijuana, Casablanca and an Ouagadougou, no less diverse. The combination is exciting on a ...
... at the hotel each morning. It was a mixed oriental/western buffet. The room was crowded each morning, so I didn't take any pictures. It was pretty basic, but good.
On day two we had lunch in "Old Town". It is an area of the city that is make up of small homes that are all joined together in a maze of alleys. This was also the area where we went on a rickshaw ride. The room where we ...