Super 8 Beijing Shunyi Bolian
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... always hocking-up loudly, and not being able to tell whether people are arguing or talking to one another, there were small pockets of stress free touristy bits. One pleasant experience we had in Beijing was watching the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight in a pub full of expats in a modern area that was gated for some reason. Another was the surprising 798 Art District which had an interesting mix of old industrial structures, arty shops and quite nice restaurants. The ...
... too. The receptionist then gave me the most horribly patronising smile I have ever experienced. My guy then told me that they didn't take foreigners, and we were back to calling up hostels to see if they had space. Except this time we were outside in the cold.
My guy bought me a coke and I got to watch some One Piece that the shop owner had on whilst my guy found somewhere else. We flagged down another taxi who dropped us off, supposedly somewhere near the hostel. ...
... was so bad it was impossible to sleep. This news was a bit unnerving but I forced myself not to think too much of it. In my seat the guy next to me told me that he also had flown from Kuala Lumpur the previous week and had a similar experience with turbulence. Our flight was just under six hours and I woke up around hour four to find out that there was incredibly terrible turbulence. I must have been extremely worn out from the day to have slept so soundly to have not felt it even a ...
... a Chinese macaroni with tomato sauce. I really enjoyed it, and I think it was the first meal that I had that I finished.
On the way back to the Center, we saw a Michael Jackson impersonator who was dancing to MJ songs. He was moon-walking and pointing. He looked pretty good! He also had a chicken tied up to a bucket. Why? Not sure, but does it really matter why? It's Beijing, and that's all the reason you need.
... really nice architecture/details/nature/treasure. Beautiful imperial gardens. Lots of walking. My feed and back are dead right now:) Luckily I am staying at a couch surf host (Alex from Australia but born in China) and it is really relaxed here!
Busses are hell btw! Spent half of my day finding the right bus, got on the wrong one anyway and it turned out to ...