Super 8 Beijing You'Anmen High-Speed Rail Station
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... got to sample a variety of teas: lychee black tea, jasmine tea, etc. A few of us made purchases there. Then we went to our final stop: the Olympic Village from the 2008 Summer Olympics. We didn’t actually go into the village, we just pulled to the side of the road and were instructed to go up onto a pedestrian overpass where we could take some photos. I thought it was a good idea actually. The Bird’s Nest is really quite an interesting building to see, but the village ...
... an item, but I yelled, "bu yao (don't want)." She quickly backed away.
I went into the lounge and Jesse was there doing some homework. We talked for a bit. Then I exited the lounge and Mohini was right there in the hallway. She invited me to eat with her.
Mohini, Cathy, and I ate on the first floor cafeteria. Cathy paid for a huge bowl of stir fried for three of us to share. So good.
I texted my tutor Jacky about how ...
... written by Chairman Mao is engraved on the monument.
West of the Square is the Great Hall of the People. This building, erected in 1959, is the site of the China National People's Congress meetings and provides an impressive site for other political and diplomatic activities. As one of the "Ten Great Constructions" completed in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the founding of PRC, it was built in just 10 months ...
... at home just tricking us with Chinglish food?!
Our journey around China from Beijing to Xi’an, Chengdu, Guilin and Shanghai is all by sleeper train and knowing how difficult tickets are both to book due to availability issues we arranged for a company to book them on our behalf. After the luxury of our private cabin all the way from Moscow to Beijing we were relieved to hear that we would also have a private cabin from Beijing to Xi’an. The ...
... place to celebrate. I mean, are you and Daddy going to kiss on a busy bridge over a dirty river with hundreds of people watching and people who are homeless lying around?
A: What do you think we should do for our anniversary?
C: You could stay here and watch a movie with me and Jeremiah. You could go to the fancy mall and find a restaurant to eat at and then Daddy will say, "Happy Anniversary."
A: How are you liking camp at Capital Mandarin School?