Piao Home Inn Beijing Jiuxianqiao
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... to make our own way. Andrew knew the store should be in the area, and figured that a hotel front-desk person might be able to help! Success! She said (in broken English) that the store was very close, and said "Turn left, then turn left again. You will see it." Skeptical, we followed her directions, and we found it! Whoo! It was pretty clear why the driver couldn't find it. It was down a weird little side street, next to and a little underneath an ...
... since there are a limited amount of places you can find them. I was on a limited budget and started having second doubts so I started with some crab dumplings. It is weird, you can talk about what you would eat and wouldn’t eat all you want but when you are staring at a plate full of large spiders on skewers, you start to reconsider. At the end of the day, it really was just a market with an assortment of dead insects that you ...
... having breakfast Mark tells us that he is going to be able to hang out with us today and take us in to the markets in the city.
Mark then teaches us the method for bargining that works for him:
1. Ask the price =the asking price
2. Halve it =1/2 of the asking price
3. then Halve it again =1/4 of the asking price
4.Then push it lower =lower than the asking price
5.Don't be afraid to walk away to the next vendor (cause they all ...
... delande del número de aquí en adelante) equivalían a 1€, aunque en realidad la equivalencia es algo así como 1,15€ = Y10.
El primer taxista con el que hablamos nos ofreció llevarnos a nuestro hostel por Y200. Nosotros no queríamos pagar tanto, así que el que parecía ser el taxista más pringado de todos aceptó llevarnos a nuestro destino por Y80, mientras el resto de taxistas se empezaban a descojonar de la risa, lo que yo tomé como dato curioso sin entender el ...
... and exhibition halls. It is very large and PACKED full of Chinese tourists, mainly very large tour groups, that ram their way through the crowds to get the best pictures. You weren't allowed to enter many of the rooms as they are being preserved so you are mainly walking round a very large courtyard with buildings dotted about and looking through windows. But the architecture and weapons room are both quite impressive.
Jingshan Park: This park is oppostie ...