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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard 7 Beijing
Haven't quite been here long enough to be completely fair, I just wanted to say that when coming in at 11:30 at night you leave the pleasant tourist atmosphere to go into this creepy looking ally with an unwelcoming wooden door and... okaaayyy.... This IS where we're supposed to be staying right? And then it's gorgeous. Not quite as close to the center of things as I'd like but beautiful and everything :)
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The train journey from Hanoi to Beijing was very enjoyable and interesting. We have found that catching a train in Asia is a lot more difficult than traveling by air - nobody speaks English at the stations, and any direction signs in English are few and far between. In fact in China the signboards are all in Chinese!
On leaving Hanoi, and …
... only been in china for 2 full days without any sleep, no training and i had to attempt to portray my best foreign teaching skills.
We arrive at the school and it is mighty impressive, painted in red and white with lights that say something in Chinese. A little graduation gowned monkey emblem 5 feet high mounted the front of the building.
We walk in and are greeted by several different people that work there. Escorted to a ...
... it. The special desk for foreigners was closed, and all other desks were furious you approached them, as were he locals waiting around. Walking down the street not one person fails to stare at me for ages, usually my legs (I can only imagine cause I'm wearing shorts?) and my chest (Which is obviously always completely covered but is rather large so maybe confuses then??) stop staring! finally got my ticket, expensive like most things in china, and grabbed a burger cause ...
... belted minivan and off we went to another factory, for a ‘Free’ show on the making of Ming vases. It was then into the obligatory showroom and the free chance to buy something – ohhh goody! Leo bought a vase – ‘for my mother!
Next stop was the lunch stop. I was beginning to worry that this Great Wall could all be a big hoax. We had the worst boring lunch that was a sad excuse for Chinese food. It ...