Lejia Express Hotel Beijing Tiantan Nanmen
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... out towards the end of the afternoon to see some of the shops and ended up coming across a real police incident. Someone had climb out onto the roof of one of the shops, a 10 or 12 storey building, and the police had cordoned off part of the street whilst they tried to talk them down. Thankfully as we came back we saw the person climb back off the roof. The saddest part was that most people watching where also filming on their phones, for what purpose I leave that for you to ...
... message. Such a soothing message.
Then I grabbed dinner with John (a different guy and he is from Boston). We walked out of the east gate and ate at the same place I went for lunch yesterday. I order pork with green peppers and onion. While waiting for our food, I got a taro milk tea from the place I like.
Once I finished dinner, John and I went back to campus. As we were walking on campus, I noticed the clear sky. No smug.
When I returned to my room, ...
... isn't nice, but it should get the job done. Unfortunately it is on the 5th floor, and of course there are no elevators or anything so I will have fun lugging my luggage up 5 flights of stairs.
The campus seems very nice though, I will take pictures.
Also my laptop plug doesn't fit in my travel adapter so until I get a new one I have no way of uploading pictures.
... the metro was right outside the train station and somehow we had missed it. Our hostel was decent, located in the Hutongs area. Basically one storey high buildings with pedestrian lanes and nice shops. It was an expensive area though. £4.50 for a cup of tea. Again I could feel that greeny coming on. We attempted to visited the forbidden city twice whilst in Beijing, firstly it was closed but we did check out Tiananmen square while we were there, which we're ...
... and go for a beer instead. Our arrival at the bottom of the hill was greeted with delight by the thirty or so hawkers who have built their own empires at the base of the wall. The same products were on offer by each hawker, moving in stages down the rough-hewn steps to the car park below. Our good-humoured banter soon wore off when the stall-holders began standing in front of us and blocking our exit to the staircase.
After elbowing our way down to the base of ...