Star of City Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... there is then a slide down! Pic included if you don't believe me, it was so much fun especially since it had China's level of safety included, so none... After an exhilarating ride down over narrow bridges over deep gorges, we got back onto the bus and headed on to lunch. Lunch was interesting and nice, seems like I really like good Chinese food, also in China the food is just brought out as soon as it is done so there's no real waiting around for something to eat which ...
... land of paradoxes; it is simultaneously rich and poor, communist and hyper-capitalist, meritocratic and corrupt, and collectivist and individualistic. All of his makes the culture difficult to understand. But having worked with university students and spent time with ex-pats, it is becoming increasingly evident that China's leaders strategically choose which "face" to show the rest of the world. It seems to be all about image here. Ultimately, China appears to be a lawless ...
... the quality. Also, bargaining is too much work. This type of markets make me quite nervous because I would like to buy something but never know what. To release our shopping stress, we go to the Chaoyang Theatre to see a great acrobatics show!
For a whole day, we lost Elena’s iPod, yes, again. We looked everywhere; we asked the hotel’s security to look at their cameras placed in the gym but ...
... our time in Beijing. Even though we were apparently there
during the worse week to visit China (national week off for a lot of
the Chinese - which probably explained why we saw so much of the
above) we loved the experience. The tube system was fantastic and
even though it was like rush hour in London tube nearly all the time,
it didn't feel clammy or slow but very well organised with an easy
and clear system to use. The people all seemed happy too (maybe ...
... you were in Asia where 30-year-olds look 15. Even when D was in his 30s, the Nepalis called him "dari wala" (old man). I'm glad you're having such a good time: that you got to stay in a hutong, are meeting lots of interesting people, are communicating successfully, etc. (Good for you Mom for telling a lady her shirt was beautiful!) I'm glad all the preparation is paying off so well...
M: The best part is the people at ...