GreenTree Inn Beijing Caishikou
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... where I had gotten it, and why I was walking barefoot in the rain. In the end, they took all my remaining 900 fake yuan to the bank and told me to go home and buy new shoes. So after wasting several hours and losing all that money, I was so happy! I love Beijing.
With all the fun we had in this glorious city, we didn't bother recording any video of scenic views or us being dangerously active. So there's no video post card this time, fellas! All you get is ...
... were chosen to attend the opening ceremony for this initiative and they were the ones in levels 3 and 4 so I did not get to attend. The Massive Migration is also taking a huge toll on Beijing. Millions of people from all over China are moving from their rural cities to Beijing and to keep up with all these migrants, China must grow the size of Boston every MONTH. These people are leaving behind their life in the country side to take up jobs in Beijing, which "Beijingers" do ...
... Year' had started already and the fireworks were going off everywhere across the city. I had a great view from our room on 13th floor in Novotel. The boys didn't want to miss out on the fun, so went out and bought more fireworks, which are found almost anywhere and set up their hoard in the back alley, right below our windows and gave us a great show. ...
... well, they're infectious. You make people happy, just by being you. Thanks for the music and the laughs!
Matt--if we ever need an expert on Chinese snacks--you're our guy! You have brought so many fun, light-hearted moments to our group....thanks for all the happiness. Stay off the roads, you're a terrible driver, but a top-notch kid. :)
Jason--I hope that your wish comes true, and you'll soon be a student at Jiaotong Uni. I know ...
... The temple was visited annually in ancient times by the Emperor, who performed rituals to insure a good harvest. It really was incredible to find such a calm, meditative place in such a bustling city. Keen to be immersed in the Chinese culture, but dismal operatic vultures, a pre-show alcoholic beverage was enjoyed at the venue, another glossy, marble pillared hotel, in preparation for our artistic event. Prior to ...