Orange Hotel Beijing Xizhimen
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After freshening up with a shower and change of clothes we headed out to the Temple of Heaven. This necessitated a two-stop trip on the Beijing underground, which bizarrely only lets you buy a 2 yuan single ticket for use from the station of purchase on the day of purchase. When the ticket machines only take 10 yuan notes, this means a fair amount of queuing at the ticket offices to avoid getting even more 1 yuan notes in change.
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... collects on the curb where the neighborhood sorts it for value. The pile eventually is picked up, usually daily, even hourly, by a bicycle collection guy, then off to the collection center.
The general condition of Chinese bikes is worn out. Rust, missing spokes, frayed cables, bent wheels and frames, loose chains, broken pedals – no problem. Bikes last for decades in China. There are traditional repair shops around ...
... 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 ...
... folks and includes us in a very general way as representatives from the great state of Florida. We feel special. :) When Mike finishes the two officials exchange gifts. Now, it’s time to eat and eat we do! The menu consists of cold appetizers, followed by friend chicken in XO sauce, sweet/sour pork with deep fried milk stick, supreme mushroom and cabbage soup, pan fried salmon with Sichuan chili sauce, braised duck and mushrooms with abalone ...
... it started at the wall, when his camera stopped working. He admitted that it had played up on his previous holiday, but that he had turned it on at home and it seemed fine. Now me, I’d never have risked it, and would have bought another one immediately; but I’m more conservative and Dan more cavalier in these things. Allied to that, he is also beginning to be jealous of the netbook I brought along to store photos, send mails and write this blog. ...