Super 8 (Beijing Shijingshan Jiu Jiu Yuan)
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... then looked at the Columbians and spoke in English and then looked back at the man and started in Spanish again, before seeing his confused face and switching back to Chinese. GAHH! So cool but so annoying. He was a stickler though. I got him down to 60RMB if I bought one too. So I ate a tarantula (4 legs) along with a handsome Columbian before passing it to Sadie to eat the other 4 and proclaim that she would NEVER eat the body. The body was ...
... on the east side was the length of the east wall!
Obligatory photo with Mao on Tianamen Gate. The square was very busy with huge numbers of people coming to look at the gate and on through to the Forbidden City. The gate is important as this is where the Communist Revolution's success was announced. The square is enormous, a huge road runs through close to the gate, and the main square is surrounded with large formal buildings including ...
... check luggage as well as a carry on bag. All the stairs really worked us, but we finally made it to the airport transit where we could sit for a little while on the way to the airport. Once at the airport we had to go through about 4 different security checks. We then had a really good Chinese meal and made our way to the gate. Even after the gate we had to go through another security check before we could get on the plane. Finally we were all on the plane and on our way back ...
... money at a recycling factory.
The worse is the pollution i think, you will see on some of the pictures that it is impossible to see beyond a dozen meters ahead. We go back to our hostel at night feeling covered with an invisible layer of dust/dirt on our skin. We can look directly at the sun and not hurt our eyes because of the thick layer. Other than that it is busy here, very busy! People everywhere which is fine until you have to enter a train station and then ...
Last night we had an uneventful ride to the airport and checked in with Air Canada. The only thing was, upon check-in, I was told that the charge for the bike would be $100. (I had thought $50. but on-line a bicycle was $113.) The helpful Air Canada lady checked and her screen showed $70. so that's what she charged me, the same as for an extra piece of luggage. Since the bike fits into a 62" suitcase it was quite appropriate.
The plane took off on time ...