Beijing Longquanhu Hotel
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... sleeping and reading. Seats were even quite commodious (helps being 4'11"!)
Getting through immigration in Beijing took awhile - must have been 500 people in line with no apparent movement. All of a sudden they began rearranging us, the line started moving and in the end it took maybe an hour. We ended up in the section for Chinese nationals. I suspect the officer who put me through spoke little or no English because she frowned at my forms, started to ...
... and what looked like a fully functioning hostel. My relief didn't last long. All the staff (if indeed they were staff!) seemed very confused as to why I was there. They spoke English but the didn't know the English name of the hostel they were working at (!?) and they couldn't grasp the concept that I'd booked a room. Eventually I talked to someone who explained that the hostel was closed and I'd have to find somewhere else. He said it with such a smile on his face too. ...
... then talk smack behind my back.
That is why I am so glad that I can do my own thing in Beijing and not have to waste my time with losers. I can just take the subway and not have to deal with TBC. Thankfully, I have some true friends in the program.
I don't plan to talk to people I can not stand after this semester ends. Beside, I got way more style and personality than some people in TBC.
... C, still to this day is so forward thinking, driven and ambitious.
Had to laugh. I was waiting in a q the prayer on an auspicious stone and soneone attempted to push in, my God all hell broke lose and we thought there might be a punch up! Whilst i was waiting uet another person have my jandals a strange look. I am not sure if they have then here or not of whether they are baffled by a crazy blonde chick wearing such footwear in Winter?! Eventually ...
... of them retired for several years.
The first day we went to Tieneman Square and the Forbidden City. We admired the inmensity of the plaza and the beauty of the floral displays they were doing for the May Day celebrations. At the Forbidden City we walked forever looking at the quarters of the Emperor, his concubines and so many other pavilions that made us wonder how could they possibly sostain all of ...