7 Days Inn (Beijing Temple of Heaven)
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It was a really comfy hotel - the perfect place to block out the world and rest. Plus, they had complimentary tea and coffee!
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I arrived in Beijing at 5.30am, and had a long wait to get through the customs. The sunset looked rather pretty and the airport was huge. I had to take a train to get my luggage and ended up talking to another expat who told me he had unicorn stickers on his bag. He didn't. I was really disappointed. He worked for LOVETEFL and was on his first …
... we all seen what we wanted to and met up when planned. It was a great vacation, and although busy, I think it was just what I needed to get me through the last few weeks of school. I sometimes think maybe if I had of come here instead of ZZ I would have enjoyed my year more, but at the same time I would not have had the truer experience that is China.
Up coming week is going to be busy, two interviews and class debates! Looking forward to both!
... we entered the park there were lots of activities going on. People doing some sort of Chinese line dancing while others were doing a parasol dance. Some people were singing or playing instruments and others playing different types of games. It was fun to watch everything going on around us. We enjoyed our time in this park as it was ...
... noise, etc, it actually was not bad at all. They did say that it was a good day for air quality...Driving was not that bad. Everyone has new cars with pollution control the same as us. I was definitely expecting no pollution standards. They drive very much like they do in Montreal...as long as you don't make eye contact with the person in the car next to you it is ok to cut them off! Also lanes are more oaf a suggestion, but not as bad as other countries I have been to!
... outdoors. Individuals with heart or lung disease, older adults, and children are at the greatest risk. In accordance with EPA recommendations, we advise that individuals take the following actions during periods of prolonged elevated AQI levels:
- Remain indoors and keep all windows and doors closed tightly.
- If available, run your air cleaners continuously - on the highest setting where the noise is acceptable.
- Limit any indoor activity that may ...