Lejia Express Hotel Beijing Tiantan Nanmen
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Beijing, what a great place! Even with the smog and the occasional wearing of masks.
What a whirlwind trip.
On the first day I had a lovely reception and a friendly face at the airport, dropped my suitcase at the apartment I stayed at, went into town and had lunch. A bit of beef soup which does not sound weird but did not really taste as good as one had hoped.
Then I zipped about town on the subway which is easy to navigate (and it ...
... needed. There is a woman who works in there to help you and she takes inventory of what you are taking. What a good idea!
I cannot believe how many employees there are at ISB. I like how there are very specific jobs for people because it seems that things get accomplished rather efficiently. There are guys who walk around with these machines that check the air quality in the building. ISB is known the have the best air! ...
... as most were in wheelchairs or mobility devices.
We toured the Temple, that was not even half as interesting as the people before moving on. Shopping was not a feature of our itinerary, but when Jack suggested tea, we agreed and found ourselves in the Qing Shan Ju Tea House being instructed on how to conduct a Tea ceremony and tasting numerous teas. After the ceremony, came the hard sell and we walked out loaded with bags full of cups and ...
When we arrived in Beijing once more, we all parted ways, demanding that the Beida students come visit us at Stanford sometime. Najung, Liu Jing and I took a taxi back to our hotel—it took absolutely forever to get a taxi—but we made it. The Youdian Hotel seemed a little bit like home by this point considering we had spent so much time there before Shanxi.
Then, Najung and I checked in and ...
... on our long trip home, we discovered that Tibet was currently closed to tourists and no one was sure if and when it would open again. Although we kept our eye on the news, nothing changed, but we decided to carry on with the original plan anyway as you never know what might happen once we were in China.
Our train trip from Datong to Beijing was not much different to our first China rail experience - curiosity, stares, photo's..it was ...