Beijing North Railway Station (北京北站 - Běijīng běi zhàn)
Rem Sapozhnikov /August 2016
Immediately after arrival from Moscow to Beijing, I went from the airport to the railway station. The unofficial gypsy taxi driver that drove me, when passing closed booths at the entrance to the toll road, took some card, reduced the speed to 80 km/h, leaned out the window, waved it and shouted something. Then he told me the road was paid and I had to pay him another 20 yuan. I took the card, which he waved, and looked at it. Among the hieroglyphic symbols there were a few words in English. It was a common business card of a real estate agent. I told him about it. The taxi driver drove silent until the very end of the trip. However at the station he had the nerve to hint again about the 20 yuan. What a shame.
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