7 Days Inn (Beijing Shijingshan Gucheng)
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... shopping to find a cheap duffle bag for souvenirs so this was like a shining beacon for me. I told the lady what size I wanted and the color and she told me 1,500 Yuan. I said all I had was 200. So she laughed at me. I pretended to get really upset over this so she quickly brought the price down to 200. I got the bag and was super happy because that was only about $33. (I won’t mention names, but another World Traveler has told me that I got ripped off. But a lot of people got ...
... blog about this moment.' Miguel joked.
"Do you even read me blog?" I asked.
"Not always." Miguel smiled.
Once my class was over, I walked to my dorm. Before I was about to enter my dorm, somebody screamed my name.
I turned and it was Louis and I quickly dashed to talk with him. He was with his Chinese tutor. We talked for a bit. Then, a Chinese French guy named Kenny showed up to talk with Louis. For whatever ...
... to translate for me.
For lunch, I had noodles with veggie.
For the afternoon, I had tutoring with Jacky. Terry came in and said, "Benny, you are so funny." He always tells me this when he first sees me. Jacky started laughing. Later, I told Jacky that I find Cantonese to be far more emotional and passionate than Mandarin. I explained that Cantonese people express their emotions way more than Mandarin ...
... Once again our tour guide picked us a variety of food and just like last time it did not disappoint. With our stomachs full we set out again on the open road. Next stop was the Hutong Alleys so we cold trace the old Beijing culture. We had a mixture of walking along and being driven around by a bike driver which was pretty cool. We took pictures and videos as our guy was like a Chinese Lewis Hamilton trying to overtake everyone else, great great fun! We explored the city by the ...
... for three thousand years, there is hardly a square foot that does not seem terraced or dug up...modern roads and railroads crisscross the dirt roads and waterways everywhere...smoke stacks and open fires are ubiquitous...abandoned buildings fill ancient villages...yet-to-be inhabited towering apartment buildings seem as if they will house every person in China...bullet trains are awesome!
Safe in Beijing tonight; the Great Wall awaits.