Beijing Tang House Beijing Nanluogu Alley
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... Arts ( NCPA), this is an egg shaped modern looking building all lit up at night. We wanted to walk into Tianamen square, but all the paths were closed, found out afterwards that they close the square at night. So walked along past Chairmans Moa portrait on Tianamen tower. It was about 11 pm, but the streets was still full. We went back on the metro and stopped off at a supermarket by our hotel for water and got back to the hotel at 11.40pm, time for ...
... back to the dorm. On my walk, I ran into Mohini who was running off to her class. Then I ran into Katherine and Chloe who were in a rush.
I then helped Tracy moved her things. Originally, I was supposed to buy tea with Olivia, but she could not make it. I tried to find the tea place she took me to once, but I got lost for an hour before giving up. It was dark outside, which made it figure out where I was.
... wasn't much to see. I mainly read my book on my phone while Gina slept. The train hit speeds of 305km/h but it felt no different than being in an airplane. The trip took about 5:45 from Beijing and once in Xi'an we caught a cab to our hotel. It took about an hour to get through traffic and the drivers in Xi'an are even worse than in Beijing. There is no common courtesy so when everyone's an ******* and expects you to be the same, ...
The options are (nearly) limitless. There are a handful of cold appetizers to choose, everything from peanuts to a five flavored fish. For drinks, every table receives a pot of jiaozi tang, aka dumpling soup. I’m usually good with the jiaozi tang, but there are other beverages available. The dumplings are where the real magic begins. The types of dumplings are endless. There’s the traditional cabbage and egg as well as various types of pork. Pumpkin, ...
... so everyone had to do the really simple ones.
With my free time this afternoon, I decided to go to Hongqiao Market and do some shopping. Hongqiao Market is also known as the Pearl Market. Luckily for me, the Pearl Market was a lot closer to my hotel than the Silk Market; I didn't need to take the crowded subway this time. One of the students, Stella, also wanted to go to Hongqiao, but she didn't ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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