Jinjiang Inn Beijing Songjiazhuang Subway Station
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... picking nose, or hawking and I thought the children were adorable and mostly well behaved. I am not surprised though, I had to restrain myself from stopping a woman beating her child with a closed magazine, not easy to watch. I thought that they seemed quite patient whilst waiting in huge queues and in some cases we made friends with them and their fascination in our appearances was amusing and quaint, all with no English. I did get quite a few of them wanting to touch ...
... of alleyways in the famous Beijing Hutongs (alleyways). There are no maps here and I just followed my instinct. Every turn and every little alleyway leads to some surprises: You may find interesting old architecture in there, you'll see how people go about in their daily lives here
The alleyways led ...
... so tired on the bus trip from the airport to the hotel, no one really spoke - lets hope we learn a few names at dinner tonight!
First impressions of Beijing - clean, busy, sprawling! The airport is enormous - we had to catch a train from where we landed to getting our luggage and then it took an hour and a half to drive to the hotel. Tomorrow I will know more!!
... like the club in Melbourne or like that episode of "Sex and the City". There are also rooftop bars, cocktail bars, gay bars and themed bars on our 'to-do' list.
Tomorrow is the Chinese New Years Eve and one of the interns is having a New Years Eve party, the theme is Year of the Snake and we have brought traditional Chinese clothing to wear - Cheongs!
I can't wait for our next adventure!
Our trip began with a smooth flight from Edmonton to Vancouver, with only a couple hour layover before making it the rest of the way to Beijing. Rochelle did not watch nearly as many movies as she has in the past, but instead actually rested for part of the flight.
Upon arriving in Beijing, we had to take a few connections through the MTR (local subway/train/metro) to arrive at our stop- Dengshikou. We then had to walk about 10 minutes west to ...