GreenTree Inn Beijing Fangzhuang Business Hotel
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... and our tour guide played them a love song on the bus. HA It was pretty amazing and really sweet. They both seem real nice and she is just lovely, too! Today while walking the wall I got a few "HI! HI! HI!" from some younger people - wanting to practice their English and say Hello to a blonde person. The tour manager warned they might want to take pictures with me but I did not make a lot of eye contact and was not approached for that ~ just lots of ...
... consists of three tiers, making a total of nine tiers-nine in Chinese cosmology symbolizing heaven. As a matter of fact, the number and layout of every single slab used in the platforms is determined according to cosmological principle.The Temple of Heaven was the place where the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties worshipped heaven and prayed for good harvests. At first, both the ...
... another student on our trip for me to watch. So I watched Freaky Friday. For dinner, a few of us walked just outside of campus and walked around to find somewhere to eat. We found a small cafe that said pizza on the door, so we walked in and ordered 3 small pizzas. We were kind of nervous as to what they were going to be like, because the waiter was asking us things and we had no idea what he was saying. The pizzas were delicious ...
plan was to take the subway to the public bus terminal, then take 1 bus half
way and transfer to a second bus later on. We did alright until we tried to transfer
to the second bus – we could not find the second bus stop, and nobody knew
where it was, so we ended up paying a taxi driver 70 RMB each to take us
straight to Jiankou.
Now we didn’t do any research ...
... have a cooking date with her we thought little of what that involved other than delicious plates of Chinese cuisine. Lang, our drill teacher from last quarter, was more than willing and set the date for the following Saturday, March 2.
The afternoon of our cooking party, Dylan and I met two other students at Beida’s southwest gate. Lourdra, who was previously in immersion and Sam, who would soon surprise us all with her Japanese cooking skills. The four of ...