Home Inn (Beijing Dewai)
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... snacky-snack to hold you over between meals. I was starving!!
6. Pretty sure Google doesn't work here in China...could never get it to load...hmm, I remember that whole snafu a few years back....interesting, interesting.
7. I'll talk to anyone. Being alone forces you to have zero shame. There isn't anyone else to bounce ideas off of or be a buffer.
I'm tired. Ready to lay horizontally for a few hours. ...
... at the meeting point to find that our contact was somewhere else, so we were redirected to meet her. Once we got there Sandy, our Chinese contact, informed us that there was an issue, we would only have one key to get into the elevator. We were given the choice of still moving in on Saturday with only one key until Monday or waiting to move in on Monday instead. Without a moments hesitation we said we wanted to move on Saturday, at that point we had had ...
... is much more welcoming. A pagoda sits on a huge wall of limestone brought from the south, where residents could sit and enjoy the delightful garden full of sculptures artistically placed. Leaving the city at the rear, some remnants of the city wall could be seen and beyond a nearby park that was accessible by residents of the once "Forbidden City." The antithesis of the Forbidden City would have to be the Hutongs ...
This morning, I just got up and walked to 7-eleven to buy a rice ball since a lot of cooks on campus were away for the holiday.
I walked to class and could not believe how polluted the air was today. It was difficult for me to breathe. I could not wait to get inside my classroom building to get away from it.
Before class started, Jean said that he did not see anybody after our Silk Road trip for the rest of the semester. That made me realized that I barely speak ...
... breaks followed by some prepping for the day and the trip ahead to Dusseldorf. We then jumped on the metro at Dongsi, our local stop, and headed to Behai North to check out the lakes around the back of the Forbidden City...they were interesting but in that Chinese way, not much was made of them as a feature and the area felt a bit rundown. There are some homes belonging to royalty and top politicians which our rickshaw rider ...