GreenTree Inn Beijing Caishikou
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... I walk around the outside of the Forbidden City with my target being Jingshan Park, which is at the exit of the Forbidden City. It was such a good plan if not for all these pesky people. I walk a few hundred metres and meet the gorgeous Lily. She's from Inner Mongolia and is pleased to meet somebody she can practise her English with. Her English is very good and I chat to her for a few minutes before she says a sentence that fills me with dread and puts ...
... rather get a drink without being surrounded by cats there are plenty of rooftop terraces where you can look out over the bustling alleys. We found a little food court like shop were you could go up to the roof and enjoy the amazing noodles whilst watching the sun set over the roofs.
I'm looking forward to my next visit and enjoying some churros with ice cream and chocolate sauce.
... composed. So poor Fiona the guide came out for nothing and I was left with nothing to do for the day. I went back to my room and Renee and I were texting back and forth. She was trying to convince me to go out on my own. The front desk would help me figure out the Metro or a bus to go to the zoo. I would like to say that the reason I chose not to, was because I was just too tired, and that may have been part of it but in reality it was mainly that I was ...
... of folding it, they knotted it up in what appeared to be some special knot.
Then it was back to the hostel for a quick nap before going out for burgers and beers. Which it turns out, our room at the hostel was freezing because our friends had accidentally turned on the ac and not the heat, and the window was open. And because we cannot read Chinese, we didn't know the ac was on till one of the workers came in ...
... the whole language barrier thing is SO frustrating!
I never realised how pleasant and easy it is at home to be able to read and understood everything, ask people things that they understand and get a response that's straight forward and clear.....and mostly know what I'm ordering/eating!
I <3 english!
But that's not to say I'm not totally appreciative of this eye opening (no that's not a mockery of the Chinese people), adventurous and truly unique ...