Orange Hotel Beijing Xizhimen
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... been a good movie if we had more Loki and grief and less random dark elves and funeral light shows.
Grand Budapest Hotel: Great Movie. So subtle, so funny. Some parts aren't explained well...or maybe I missed the lead ups over the flight attendants.
Miracle: Finally watched this movie after a friend told me it changed the cold war. And after this movie, I believe it.
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... our cabin and sort beds (boys right at the top!) and luggage, then crack open the beers, food, and cards – and proceed to make a nuisance of ourselves until sometime after one in the morning, chatting and playing cards (with up to 10 in one game, everyone squeezing into the cabin!) much to the amusement of the locals! We finally head to bed, knowing we’ve still got another nine hours until we get the Shanghai, but feeling like we’re starting to discover ...
... on the Great Wall and a hero plaque with my name and date engraved. Didn't realise just how hard it is to walk up there, they have signs to say that if you have heart problems, not to go past this certain point. While we were there an ambulance went up as far as they could go as an Indian looking guy was having trouble. When I got to the bottom I bought a few placemats and some post cards. Then it was just about time to get onto the bus and go to lunch. For ...
... yet uninteresting because it was a lot of the same thing. Statues were pretty! At one point in time, I met some more of my students who had gone on their own and were so slow that they'd been there 3 or more hours prior (yet we passed them by...). And THEN, I came into the garden, and I thought, "Wow, the emperor's got taste". The place had a great combination of both nature and architecture, along with souvenirs whose price tags make you cry with the slightest glance. ...
... two parrots and a blind emu. The park was reopened to the public in 1950, and on April 10, 1955 formally named the Beijing Zoo. The entry fee of 40 yuan(approx Aus$6) /adult 25 yuan / child makes it a great place to escape the mayhem of city life..and the thousands of people in the streets/ malls.
The zoo has developed rapidly and by 1987 it covered an area of over 40,000 square meters. Bears, elephants, pandas, lions, tigers, ...