Lejia Express Hotel Beijing Tiantan Nanmen
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... with a sign "speak English, information, help". YES, we are saved... for now. A few turns later, we are now at a very fabulous restaurant called "Duck de Chine" for some good Peking duck :). The service at this restaurant is impeccable. Three hours later, we are stuffed and ready to head back to our hotel. Knowing our issue with the cab, our friends are out hailing the cab for us... well what do you know, they are having ...
We made it to Gate D-7 by 2300 last night to start boarding for our flight scheduled to depart at 0005 Wednesday morning. After passport and boarding pass check, we made it to our seats (14A and 14C) and settled in for our journey. The flight attendants offered us champagne, water or orange juice. At 0007 it was wheels up for our scheduled 14 hours, 28 minutes flight. Our aircraft is a Boeing ...
... Korean places I usually go to were full. So, I decided to try the Korean place next to Asian Fusion. I chose to get my typical basic Korean dish with rice and veggie in a stir pot. (Wow, I am slowly turning into Bethany since she loves to eat that every week).
When I was paying, I misunderstood what the cashier said. I thought he said ten until I realized he said fifteen yuan. My Chinese is slowly getting better.
I then returned to my room to do some other homework. ...
Today was a BUSY day! But so unbelievably worth it. We woke up early and started our day at 7:30 am. We started by traveling to the Temple of Heaven which is located in the old part of Beijing. The Temple of Heaven was built for the emperors to worship God and Heaven. It is raised above all the surrounding trees and land, and was said to be the closest place to Heaven. It was also a site for sacrifices to be made by the Emperor to God. The temple sits upon ...
... to do this but decided it was better than risking not getting tickets for the train. Over the noise of a loudspeaker, which this whole time, was shouting something in Chinese over and over and over, we were told to go to Jishuitan Station to catch the 919 bus.
Easy enough, we thought, but we soon discovered that there were many 919 busses - some legitimate and others not. We met a Polish couple who, frustrated with the train system, had opted for the bus so ...