Home Inn (Beijing Exhibition Hall)
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... symbolism is based on the ancient Chinese view that heaven is round and earth is square. The park itself has a semicircular northern border, with the largest Temple of Heaven building, the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests, located in the northern end. Many of the main buildings are circular but situated within square courtyards, signifying the place where heaven and earth intersect so that prayers can be made.
Aside from the ...
... thought it was happen to me! I was terrified, and Fangfang saw this in my face. "Ahhhh! Help help help!," I called out to my language partner. After a bit of effort Fangfang wrenched my arm free and I scurried through the people trying to sell me various types of blue footwear and ducked into another aisle.
Fangfang caught up with me and I made her promise not to ask any more shopkeepers for short blue boots. We wandered through the rest of the ...
... After browsing their website for an hour or so it became apparent to me that GAC was an extremely professional organization that has a clear understanding of student needs. Then I proceeded to contact a representative of the company. ...
... neither did anyone else. By the time we got our tickets ($2.50 for both of us) the next scheduled train was 1235pm - an hour and a half away. SO you can imagine how frustrated we were wasting half a day on this shambles when we should have been eating our lunch on the Great Wall.
After having a mini tanty in the train station debating whether to give 2 fingers to the Badaling train and pack it in we decided to wander around the station to see what ...
... no bus
cleaned out my desk
packed--well sort of
dinner with Yan & Yang
walked one more time on Wangfujing St & the night market
and proceeded to stay up all night packing and working on my dvd
The trick will be not to fall asleep until I am on the plane.