Beijing Tang House Beijing Nanluogu Alley
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... really enjoy the site as walking any distance at all left you dripping with sweat and lacking the energy or inclination to move any further. As we made our way to the western side of the complex though, it became much less crowded and noticeably cooler. On a nice autumn evening the place would really be quite pleasant.
The energy sapping heat meant we had no time or energy to fin it another sight so we headed back to the hotel to recover and prepare for the meeting with ...
... so long ago, uninvited admission resulted in immediate execution! We then went to a restaurant off the side which had surprisingly reasonably priced dumplings! My first dumplings in China! YUM. After lunch I sais farewell to Katie and then headed into the HUGE Forbidden City (the largest palace complex in the world!). I followed the crowd through the Meridian Gate, which was the gate reserved for the Emperor - civilians used the east gate and the military ...
... to promote TBC at Seattle University. Sadly, most people do not know about my Chinese program. It is mainly due to my program doing a bad job at marketing itself. I did not know about TBC until one night during my first semester of college. That night, instead of studying for my chemistry exam, I looked up the study abroad page on my school website for study abroad programs in China.
I completely agree with my friend Kelsey Tracy's statement ...
... boy to invite me.
I've also been to the Temple of Heaven and the Bird's Nest, and another package from my parents has arrived with a Beijing guidebook which I was severely lacking so next week I will do the lesser known hotspots.
Working at the school has been fun again, I've done some more teaching but most of the work I do is promotion for the school, doing free English teaching sessions in parks and libraries, reading books, singing songs ...
... wearing long red silk dresses. We are directed to the elevators and then to a dining room filled with other folks eating and drinking. We grab our table and see the LS filled with all kinds of foods, plus beer and soft drinks. And so dinner begins with us dishing out squid, beef, chicken, pork, duck intestines, carved duck, duck in a tortilla….I’m beginning to sound like Bubba in “Forrest Gump” when he tells Forrest about ...