Starway Taiti Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... areas with his open mouth. The following day we woke up early and took a subway to the Beijing zoo with a kid we met from Chicago in our hotel named Ehsan. The zoo was very cool and we got to see Pandas, Bengal tigers and elephants but it was also extremely overcrowded. On our way back from the zoo we stopped by a McDonald's and tried their black and white squid ink burger. It was interesting but not bad. After all of that I dragged Elijah with me to ...
... and see the entire city! On one side you see all the tall, modern buildings in Beijing, and on the other side you see the entire Forbidden City. Wow, it looked like a picture from a magazine.
We then walked a little bit until we found a restaurant. I think I'll be nervous before every meal. We had the whole upstairs to ourselves (we took up the entire room). Just like at the other restaurant, tons of food came out. I feel like I'm in the movie Beauty and the ...
... the ticket office by the wall, there was a sign with prices: 40 yuan for visiting the wall, and 110 for a package deal with the wall and something they called water town. We went to the counter to buy our just-the-wall ticket, and the important looking uniformed ticket lady said we could only buy that particular ticket online and then get it the day after. Instead, we had the fantastic option of buying the package deal with the water town included. At this point we were ...
Waking up this morning, I woke up with a huge cough and running. That moment made me happy that I did not go to Harbin. Not a good idea to go to an extreme freezing place when dealing with a cold.
My roommate Mike entered the room. He was off doing his own thing yesterday. Today, he had to take the new students to the Temple of Heaven. Sally was the one leading the group.
For a few hours, I just listened to music while wechatting with Karena. ...
... friends around, I would have been completely lost.
Before heading to the temple, however, we stopped to get lunch and then search a market for an umbrella. The weather had decided to take a different turn than we had expected, giving us acid rain rather than stifling heat. At first, I was sure I could hear the chemicals in the rain sizzling my skin, but I soon grew used to it and began to love my dear little umbrella as it saved me from the ...