Jinjiang Inn (Beijing Tiantan Park)
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... but adding, "where you're not the driver" to the above just didn't fit. A bit of artistic licence.
My train for Beijing left Nanjing South Station at 9:16am and I asked at reception the night before what time I should leave. "8:20am. On a Monday morning, that should be a good time". No problem, breakfast at 6:30am, pack, shower and check out with time to spare. Although there are hundreds of people at breakfast, I appear to be ...
... the traffic jam, we keep moving but pretty slowly and to add to that it is raining' Angie said that this road is terrible for traffic, it's the road that takes you to Mongolia. One year there was a traffic jam that took 7 days to clear. Don't quite get that but food vendors set up along the road to keep the drivers fed. It was a huge carpark with nothing moving. This was before they built a new highway. We arrive just before 8 and once given instructions of time and where to meet we ...
... a different country for an extended amount of time. Studying in Beijing is my first time ever living somewhere else for the first time. I am glad that I left Colorado.
Lily and Emi entered the lounge too. Emi invited me to lunch with her and her roommate Niaya. I said yes.
Emi, Lily, Niaya, Vince, Ian, Volleyball, and I walked to Cat Eye outside of east gate to eat pizza. When we got to the restaurant, Volleyball and Ian decided ...
... was even a food street where you have snacks from all over China on sale
After my little visit to the Fragance Hill Park, I checked out of my hotel and then proceed over to the Beijing South Railway Station. That is where the High Speed Railway is located. I purchased ...
... ten or so and the seven Stanford students parted ways. We headed back to another mall, where Phoenix, Anna, and Yao wanted to meet up with two of their colleagues. (Siliang and Janet decided to leave us and have dinner elsewhere.) We had some time to kill, so we headed to Starbucks, where I was very amused to see the Chinese-tailored drinks. I couldn't help myself and bought the ridiculously expensive Red Bean Green Tea Frappucino, which wasn't too bad taste-wise ...