Hotspring Holiday Inn Beijing Moon River
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... we got stuck in traffic. In the evening we took another wander through the streets of Beijing's tourist zone. It was a little bit like being in a theme park, with shops and restaurants all aimed at attracting the tourist buck. It was very clean, but seemed to lose a little bit of character. We found a restaurant serving good dumplings and tasty black beer, before heading back for another reasonably early evening. Our final morning we rose early, packed and checked out, dumping our ...
Bethany couldn't find any shoes in her size. We felt for her because she really wanted some. All the vendors straight up said that they did not have her size.
When we were in the shoe section, Rae said a comment about how cute some of the shoes were at a stand. The vendor quickly asked Rae to try on some shoes. Rae did, but did not want to buy anything. The woman grabbed Rae's wrist and kept nagging her to buy. ...
... s half day on Monday and the FC is now closing. Back at the square we go through various check points to pass through the pedestrian subway and get to the square itself. The square is flanked by 1950s communist Russian style government *correction: PEOPLE'S buildings, pretty topiary work on the bushes and about 1000 CCTV cameras, patrolling guards, undercover policemen, policemen on Segway scooters and off course lots of tourists ...
... make things worse a bunch of drunken teenagers sat opposite us went from (mockingly) offering us food and beer to trying to start a fight with James!! Fun and games. James did however teach English to a Chinese school girl for the best part of the journey through the night and he walked away speaking a bit of mandarin. Lesson of the day: never go battery hen class at a ...
... at one time. :/ I feel much like I have passed the "honeymoon" stage, moreso because I still can't believe that I am here, but "otherso" because I am having such a hard time adapting to so much so quickly. It seems like I grasp a hold of one thing and another is presenting its ugly head to be handled, thought about, acted upon or learned.
Yeah, this is going to take some time to grab a hold of. I have to be patient...with even ...