- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Jo took all of our passports and got us checked into our rooms. While waiting, we got 2500 RMB from the ATM. We were told that the ATM and bank exchange rates are the same.
Our room is very comfortable, though with three beds, it does not have a lot of floor space.
Sue and Dave, having had two dinners on the flight, didn't need it, but Brennan slept through the last dinner and wanted something to eat. Jo told ...
... In fifteen years, the Chinese middle class will reach 800 million."
The vastness of this group of people is jaw dropping. But more impressive is how quickly this all happened. In 2000, just 4 percent of the Chinese urban population was middle class. By 2012, over two-thirds of urban Chinese were middle class.
Middle class here is defined as earning between $9,000 and $16,000 USD. It may be ...
... common here. However, there are not smoker and non-smoker sections of restaurants. Also, the style trends remind me of the late 90s. Overalls are extremely popular here, and I've seen a lot of camouflage. More on fashion - you know when you walk into a store in the U.S. and you see something and go "Wow, that's ridiculous. Who would ever actually buy that?" Chinese women. That's who. I've seen huge big hairbows, tacky ...
... from the emperors.
We went back to Beijing, we had lunch and we had fried Sauchi again. We found our hotel and then we went to a theater called the red theater. There was a big kungfu show. There was a man who could lie on knives and there was a big block with nails in it and someone lay on top of him. And on top of that there was a concrete block. The man with a sledge hammer hit the concrete block as hard as he could and snapped it in half. The man ...
Well this wasn't the plan. I'm in Beijing already. My final China destination. ------------ I woke up early and was on a Xi'an airport shuttle bus by 8am. The bus took an hour to reach the airport. In plenty of time for my 11.30am flight to Beijing. Coming into land over Beijing, I could see nothing. It's not possible to distinguish where the clouds end and the pollution starts. It's just one big grey smog. Even as we were landing on the runway, I could barely see the other parked ...