- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... opera performance. Googling Beijing opera will I'm sure give an idea of what we sat through - a lot of very high pitched and completely incomprehensible singing, even with the characters subtitled underneath! While we were in Beijing I had managed to come down with a cold so I decided the best course of action was an early night after the opera to try and get rid of it completely. Unfortunately this was not to be as some of our roommates in the hostel decided to go ...
... seems to walk to tower one and stops. Warren and I walked to the highest stop we could to Tower 5. Chairman Mao said that if you wAlk the wall you are a hero so the bus group called Warren and I super heroes because we got so far. It really wasn't worth the view because there was nothing to see but smog but it felt great to have walked that far. We then had lunch at the biggest round ...
... to a 4 year old Singaporean girl (cute as, totally fallen in love with her!!!) who is fluent in Mandarin and English, so trying to develop them is totally different to some who won’t even speak to me yet, or one little girl who just stares at me and sticks her tongue out at me when I ask her a question!!! One lad, only 3, is from the Philippines & doesn’t speak any Chinese, so he has a different challenge.
I had to work last Saturday, for ...
... Visit it only after visiting Da Shan Lan Street, which is located near Qianmen Station. Both of them are shopping streets, but the difference is that Da Shan Lan Street is surrounded by famous traditional Chinese stores and old buildings.
DAY TWO OF THE TRIP TO BEIJING
Pack of people lining up at the ticket office at the near entrance of the Forbidden City. That day was the fourth day of Chinese New Year, and ...
... half full person, and usually see the positive, well, the last couple of weeks have been tough. I decided that as this is kind of a diary for us which we chose to share with you all, that I need to report the highs & the lows. Lots of stuff going on, not all for sharing on here but Andy always gives a great analogy about boxes. You have boxes in your head for everything, if one box gets a bit full due to issues & what life throws at you, it’s ok as it can overflow ...