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... were not just lining the streets but hung out of everyone's windows. I spent a few days wandering the city, popping into any restaurant, picking dishes at random and generally eating better food than I had eaten in all of Russia and Mongolia. The Forbidden city was predictably astounding, despite being full at the brim with tourists, the same went for the Summer Palace. I tried to run to Tianamen Square one morning before breakfast, expecting to pop in and out of ...
... adjacent parking lot. All night we heard fireworks, car alarm, fireworks, car alarm... it was indeed amusing. The fireworks in/near the complex ended around 12:15-12:30, but we could still hear explosions in the area right through till at least 4:00am (when we finally called it a night).
We woke up to more fireworks being set off on Friday morning and took that as a sign that it was time to head out for the day. ...
... about how it could be better. Turned out that going from intensive elementary to intensive intermediate is a huge jump. I was about to say that I was happy to do regular intermediate until Jean yelled at me to not say it.
Olivia said, "Every man for himself." I snapped, "Hell yeah, girl. You should know me by now. At least I am honest. " Olivia responded, "That is why we love you, Benny!" I shouted, "Liar."
... night with Phil (UK, 19 y.o.) and Michael (Austria, 25 y.o.) from our hostel then went to bed early to be ready for the wall! The great wall was absolutely amazing. This bright me my moment of realization of 'THIS is china and THIS is what I have wanted to see' we took a ski lift up the mountain and hiked the wall for 3 hours. It was, in my opinion, strenuous. I guess you could stop and sit if you wanted to be easy on yourself but the more you want to see the more you will ...
... have those sites at all. Nightmare, as you can imagine.
We were on our own today, nobody to guide or translate for us. So it took us a while to find a place that had pictures on the menus and wasn't in an alleyway that creeped Mom out. We finally did find a cool little place to eat. Walked inside to find a cat and a puppy wrestling each other under the table they sat us down at. I couldn't help but worry that the little ...