Super 8 Beijing Guomao
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... sat and played a game of cards or visited with each other. It is a perfect gathering place for seniors. The temple itself is another beautiful structure, like so many we have seen.
After viewing the Temple of Heaven, we took a little walk to a tea shop, where we tasted various refreshing teas. The flower tea was the best and we bought some of it. Before we boarded the bus again, we had a potty ...
... English. She was a Chinese teacher at a primary school and invited me to come to her class. When she told me this, my heart just jumped right out of my chest! This was exactly what I wanted and what a great experience to study Chinese with a big group of primary school students. So, today was my first day. I got on the bus and met someone at the bus stop who took me to the school. My met my student's mother and she brought me to her classroom. All of the kids were in complete ...
... discussing water, I feel I should mention that a number of dwellings do not have bathtubs or automatic dishwashers. Those I definitely miss! You may also find that that there are no back-flow stops in the plumbing system and often your sink and/or bathroom will smell like sewage.
When we searched for apartments we knew very quickly that we wanted to be no more than ten minutes' walk from a subway station, we wanted to live ...
We arrived at the train station around six thirty in the evening from campus. While waiting for the train, I drew random cartoon animals on my notebook. I struggled to draw a panda correctly since the color scheme of its face always throws me off.
I could not believe how crowded the station was.
An hour later, we board the train.
Today we went to see a Buddhist temple. This temple is home to the world's largest standing Buddha statue. The Buddha is 26 metres tall, 18 metres above ground and 8 metres below. It is carved of one single white sandalwood tree trunk from Tibet. It took 3 years to move the tree to Beijing and another 3 years to carve it. We weren't allowed to take any pictures inside the temple, but believe me, that statue was really tall. At lunch time we went to an ...