Beijing Tang House Beijing Nanluogu Alley
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... I wish I could stay longer! With Beijing's complicated bus and subway systems, navigating around the city was always an obstacle and I would often rely on taking a taxi, especially after my traumatizing bus experience. About two weeks ago I was trying to get home from the Zoo Market and I thought that I get on my bus number at the stop that was near the market and it would take me home...little did I know it took me in the opposite direction. Ending up in the ...
... to our hotel, but we were wary about this, and checked with information desk,and was told should it would be cheaper than what this sleasy guy was quoting, he said $480 RMB but actually cost $158 RMB !! Made it to the Novotel Peace Hotel, then went out to hit the shops ( whoops was meant to say street!! )
Went to Yashow market, a very hassling type of market where you will get ripped off if you ...
... I'd had enough and I would either talk or didn't know where the missiles were hidden. The problem was that the settings were clearly made to slowly increase the voltage throughout the session and so the contractions got more and more intense, it felt as though my entire body was tensing and relaxing on a 10 second cycle and through rhythmically clenching teeth I was only hoping it wouldn't get any stronger as this was ...
... but that is probably because there are so many Chinese!
Beijing is a city of contrasts; there is corporate and government money in beautiful flash buildings and many many Audi's. Then there are the 'common' people (as they call themselves) who sweep the streets all day, sell food on the street or run little shops. There are not many real poor people though and everyone has a house and a job.
Beijing has had a booming house market ...
... places that are massive in every sense of the word, it's problems are more and more apparent. Especially on the first day we arrived, we could see nothing out of the window with either a thick layer of fog or smog lying over the city of Beijing. Though it seemed to clear away later that afternoon, it's always quite disconcerting to see that as you land. The trip in all it's glory was a brilliant success with all teachers quite happy with their placement and excited to come and see ...