Home Inn (Beijing Aoyuncun)
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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4. I wimped out on tackling Beijing tonight. By the time I arrived to my hotel, it was dark. Turns out I didn't get great sleep. Weird I know. I have to be downstairs at 6am and I just couldn't muster the energy to figure out getting to the city. My hotel room is really nice...which may have something to do with me hunkering down. :) Taking a cab to the hotel was enough excitement for me. The airport with ...
... gotten so bad over the last few days that you can actually feel the dust and pollution getting into your lungs. Not only does it overpower your senses but it also creates such a fog that you can’t see the tops of the buildings around you. Right now at 160 we are so excited to see it going steadily down, even if 160 is still considered unhealthy. If it wasn’t for work I’m not sure we would be leaving the apartment at ...
... building took 100 000 skilled artisans and millions of workers to complete the construction using the most expensive of materials, including "golden bricks" specially baked with clay to produce smooth bricks that make a metallic sound. Just nine months after completion, the three main buildings burned down due to lightning, and it took 23 years before they were rebuilt. Wires crossing the palace roofs are used today ...
... br> "I give my mom the link too." Olivia said.
I should start getting paid for my blog because i basically do all the work. Most people are too lazy to send pictures or emails to their parents. I am committed to my blog.
We chilled at Argo for more than an hour.
After dinner, Olivia saw a shop with dresses she liked. We walked in. "Look, Jacky Onassis (Jacky Kennedy reference)." Garret laughed.
On our last day in china we got up out of those ridiculously hard beds for the last time around 6am to head to the Temple of Heaven and surrounding Park. It was the single best cultural experience we've had in china....thousands of local, mainly older people doing their morning exercises and activities from tai chi, badminton, ballroom dancing, bizarre group aerobics, calligraphy, swords and fan dances it was incredible. Huge groups of ...