Starway Hotel Jing Shui Hotel
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... still an impressive area. When I visited China last time our guide not only acknowledged the events at Tian an Min Square in 1989, but explained them to us and actually said word to the effect of "in some respects the students probably had a point"! We couldn't believe it then, so I was interested to see what Lisa would have to say about it. Nothing, was the answer. The closest she got to mentioning it was in explaining the need for security, as "the square ...
... free lounge pass. After 4 hours of hanging around the lounge pondering life, I boarded my first-class upgraded flight home to KC where I suffered through our flight attendant's literal first flight on the job. It wasn't pretty but I passed out soon after we took off and slept most of the way to KC. We touched down just after midnight, book-ending a very long Sunday. I took a taxi home for the first time and the price ended up $30 with tip. Back to work tomorrow morning.
... beef kebabs, dumplings, corn, fruit, and soft
drinks but really when you got squid salad and grasshoppers on a stick
who needs the rest? Ok my family did. I'll post pictures hopefully soon.
Today was taken up by paperwork for
citizenship to Canada. One small request...ok maybe a big one. We were
told by the local adoption agency to leave a duplicate original piece of
paperwork in Winnipeg as ...
... taxi to the Peking Duck restaurant. The hotel had given us a sheet with the address in Mandarin to show the taxi driver. It even had a map. The first taxi we found said "no". He didn't want to take us. We walked around and considered the old scary rickshaw. But since they don't have headlights and we would never survive an accident, we said no. We also considered the subway but that seemed too scary so we said no again. We found another ...
... on the roof of one of these places, which was a really relaxing way to spend the afternoon. We overlooked the lake, and shared laughter with the passing rickshaw drivers. I have no idea how they can be so happy, when they are pushing so many people on the back of their bikes!
I also bought a panda onesie (panda suit), which I feel like may be the best investment I have made since I have arrived in China. There are so many occasions in life where a panda ...