Cloud Villa Resort Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Good Morning Beijing,
The sun is up and heating the city. I am ready to explore some more. Not in a taxi though. Local bus and train system is the way to go. Beijing has changed from bicycle city to a heavily congested city with cars. Morning fills with heat and car exhaust. The public transportation here is heavily subsidized by the government to encourage people to use it. A train ride only costs 2 Yuan, which is ...
... of peanuts, greens, fried rice, Kung Poa chicken, and dumplings before the duck arrived. Once the duck came out, it was carved in front of us. Thin pancake type things were put onto the table, as well as onions, cucumber, and a thick sauce. The duck bones were then taken away to make a soup. The duck mixed with the sauce, veggies, wrapped in the pancakes was very nice. The rest of the day was spent walking around a nice lake in ...
... really are in this city! Traffic is how you would expect in a city with 34 million people and 4 million cars. To go along with the cars, our guide said there are 71 universities in Beijing, 60 in Shanghai, and 44 in Xi'an (his hometown). Wow! That's a lot of people and a lot of college kids who will be looking for jobs. - In 221 BC when the 7 kingdoms were united and the Great Wall was linked the population of China was 12 million and 1/5th ...
... the past few days, so even though I have heavily strapped it I was limping badly when we reached the actual Wall. As a result I stayed put and enjoyed the scenery while chatting to our guide, and Amy hiked along a section of the wall snapping pictures.
We were very lucky to get a spectacular day – beautiful clear blue skies, so we had excellent views of the Wall running along the mountain tops. It really is deserving of it's title as ...
... br> Brothers?”
For the next hour, the males of our
group and the volunteers proceeded to kill each other in the form of
various beloved childhood video game characters, keeping our language
unusually clean because it was a Christian-run organization after
all. At one point, Kevin the volunteer got frustrated with my playing
style and asked how long I'd been playing as the character 'Fox'. I
replied that I'd started playing as Fox in 1999. Kevin replied ...