Everyday Express Inn
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... and we talked for a bit before she went off to see Ariel.
I returned to my room to watch the Batman and eat the Japanese desserts Olivia brought for me while drinking tea.
Anthony came into the room and said that he took the day off too. He was going to be productive by reviewing Chinese, but he gave up. I was so shocked to hear that he finally chose to do nothing productive for once. Anthony clearly was slowly turning into me.
Today we got up & left the hostel at 7am. We caught the subway to a part of the city where we could catch a bus to the wall. The subway was a good experience, really easy to use & only 20p! When we arrived at our stop we had to push our subway cards through a barrier to let us out...for some reason I (Charlotte) found this difficult. I managed to get through by setting some alarms off :/ security shouted me over & took my ...
... for free... We're definitely gona do this as hopefully u get to eat ur free dumpling creation and hey presto!... Money saver!! We tried to venture out the hostel for a short while but then mr sensible (Leigh) suggested maybe we look at the map and actually know where we are.... Good idea!!! Right best go.... We're about to try our first Chinese tea and have a sleep... Speak soon From a couple of very tired travellers ...
... sit on the street and collect empty plastic bottles (60 empties bring in $1) 7) The newly rich in China want to pay full price for name brands, particularly if they can't afford to go to the West to buy items, they will buy them in China and leave the price tag visible. 8) Intellectual Property law is beginning to take effect in China. Two years ago at the silk market every other "sales person" tried to sell you a Rolex for ...
... the hostel to set us up for the day, we made our way to the subway station to go to the Beijing 2008 Olympic Stadium which is about 45 minutes out of central Beijing.
Once we arrived there, the size of the Bird Nest stadium took us back and it was also quite surprising to see it is still a popular tourist attraction. As we will still be away when the London Olympics are on this may be a trip we have to make when we get home too!
After a little hunt around ...