Super 8 Beijing You'Anmen High-Speed Rail Station
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... not happy with us, and I took a photo of his licence and then the meter started working. He took us to the hotel, thinking we were idiots, because it was easier to say to take us to BeiDa - Beijing Da Shue (Peking University), but as we got close, we started saying "zhou" - "zai ja'er" - or "right" - "here", as we're actually across the road from it. Got out, all good, went to our rooms. Tracy went to bed, and then I grabbed Matt and fixed his SD card from ...
... with their hosts in the coming days. The
next class for the girls, Chinese Art. Learning the fine skill of the beautiful
art form of Chinese Calligraphy. All the girls enjoyed learning this new skill,
and eagerly displayed their artwork. Lunchtime was spent partnered with each of
their buddies, enjoying their traditional meals of rice, dumplings, vegetables
and bananas. Free time followed, with games of basketball ...
... as I was getting stuff done on my computer.
Terry took me to the We-life Mall I went to with Rae, Lindsay, and Karena one time. He took me to the hot pot place. It was so good. I got lamb as my main meat.
I got the spicy soup and I had no shame for getting it.
Terry told me that when he first met me, he said he thought I was mean! He explained that I snapped at him at first when he introduce himself to me. In my defense, I was tired since it ...
... But that's ok because he seems to have a good personality and speaks incredibly good English. His name is "Jerry". I ask him what the plan is for avoiding the crowds...head out to the Great Wall now and get in front of all the tour buses? No, we're going opposite, Tiananmen Square and The Forbidden Palace first, then to the Great Wall because that is the opposite schedule of the tour buses and the trip from the Wall back to the airport is easier than traffic through ...
... have slept standing up and been held by the squeeze. The doors closed, the officials hand recoiled but Nessy's backpack protested and caught the door, they reopened. Another push by the official and the doors slid over her pack and we were locked in! The look of relief then disbelief washed over Nessy's face while I couldn't help but laugh at the ridiculousness of it. Peak hour in Beijing had welcomed us in style. We had four stops of this and as passengers exited, new ones ...