Wangchaoyuan Folk Resort
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... settled on a price though, and the women were really friendly. It’s just a game you play.
I wanted to buy a silk bathrobe – and what better place than China right?! Initially I had wanted to visit Suzhou (a small city close to Shanghai famous for its silk factories) and buy it there, but due to the visa issue I did not have enough time. And although I had read online that there is a lot of fake silk (aka polyester) going around at Beijing’s silk market, I ...
... a different country for an extended amount of time. Studying in Beijing is my first time ever living somewhere else for the first time. I am glad that I left Colorado.
Lily and Emi entered the lounge too. Emi invited me to lunch with her and her roommate Niaya. I said yes.
Emi, Lily, Niaya, Vince, Ian, Volleyball, and I walked to Cat Eye outside of east gate to eat pizza. When we got to the restaurant, Volleyball and Ian decided ...
... stretch my legs. In order to reach into my bag involved knocking into the people next to me. All night on this would be a nightmare. I look through my 'lonely planet' and find out that seat upgrades are possible. To my relief I can upgrade to 'hard sleeper' for £13 despite the fact that they were 'sold out' at the station. After moving all my bags from carriage three to carriage eighteen, I can finally relax, finally out of Beijing where nothing seemed to go ...
... the beautiful yet sad ruins. Each area had its own history to tell, and we spent time contemplating many of them. We were there all day and didn't even get to see everything-- that's how big this park is. There is even a surprising bust of Victor Hugo.
However, even though we only went to one site, we were all quite exhausted afterward. We took a bus back to the hotel, grabbed a quick and simple dinner at ...
... of the ACT or SAT,
except it is almost the sole factor in college placement. The Gao Kao
is a looming challenge that students start preparing for during
junior high, it's a critical event to the point the government guards
testing locations to avoid any noises or disturbances. Families wait
outside while students take the exam, and often promise vacations or
cars to students if they make a certain score. When exam results are
released, counselors are deployed ...