Dushi Xinyuan Family Apartment
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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This morning we got up fairly early to bid fair well to Bruce's parents who are moving on to a small city east of Beijing to visit some relatives before they return home. To a certain degree its a bit of a relief for Bruce and Bing since they're translation services will no longer be required!
Since we wanted a quick breakfast so we can head to the Forbidden City we ended up having some muffins and coffee a the McCafe next to the hotel. ...
... tonight we are having a group picnic in the park and we are each bringing a different food from the market on campus to try. Our picnic was quite successful- almost the whole group showed except Maddie, Bridget, Casey. Everyone brought a food to share and we passed it all around to try a little of each thing. We had some cookies, crackers, pokey, oranges, imitation fries, half peach half grape Oreos, berries, some sort of puff that was flavored ...
... of class, we watched a Chinese dating show with the advanced Chinese class. It was called Xiang Qin. The term refers to girls over twenty-eight years old needing to find a husband.
For the first episode, a few of the females introduced themselves. One was clearly Chinese American by how she was speaking broken Chinese. Then the lucky bachelor turned out to be a Taiwanese American. They showed a clip of his rapping and it was so bad. We were busting out ...
... buildings and the crowds of people is huge and the queue to Moa mausoleum was 2 and and half hours long for a 30 sec glimpse. We didn't wait. We spent 2 hours exploring the Forbidden city. What an amazing place!!!
This afternoon we went to the Temple of Heaven. Spectacular buildings although smog is making things difficult for taking photo's
Tomorrow the Great Wall. Can't ...
... our first hurdle was mastering the train system in china. This wasn't as easy as it first appeared as we spent at least 20minutes trying to find the ticket office which had been right in front of us all along through a nondescript door. But after this the journey was pretty smooth bar the standard Chinese lack of que'ing to get on the train. Badaling itself was beautiful and we headed up the left hand stretch of the wall first away from the busier section to the right. The ...