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... The jumped back, especially Chris with his scared expression. They told me that they were picking up their suits in Sanlitun. Max showed up too and he said something about everyone having to work on the ten single space paper tonight. Then, he turn and gave me the look.
"I got that done already, *****es." I snapped.
When I exited the subway station, I ran into Andrew. He said he had the paper to do too. I said, "I turned that in a week ago."
Monday April 21 and Tuesday April 22, 2014 Day three and start of four - Summer Palace, Olympic Site, Hutong tour, on to Xi'An
We were up early and off at 8 to the Summer Palace. Breakfast was a bit chaotic since there were a number of tour groups in the hotel, trying to get an early start - dishes and food would appear and be sucked up in on time at all, and finding a place to sit was a bit of a challenge.
It was a beautiful blue sky warm ...
... on the way back as I was smart enough (or, honestly, cheap enough) to choose a different airline. Thankfully, Mel and Mark had arrived safely too and so before jet-lag really for hold of us, we ventured out into Beijing for our first Chinese experience - Starbucks. In our defence, we were in no fit state to be wandering very far, and tiredness defined the menu. That said, we did the manage a walk as far as Tianenmem Square (without ...
Finally some decent weather in Beijing. Waking up this morning to a balmy -1 degrees was quite a welcome change. Not wanting to waste a moment of the "sunshine" as it were, I threw on my layers (less of them today) and went out exploring. Upon leaving the hostel, I noticed a reduction in people on the streets. The place was a ghost town as most people had left the city to return home to their families for the spring festival (Chineese New Year). It was nice to have the city and subway ...
... fuel for the day to come.
We then took a short walk to the Forbidden City. One of the major pluses of our hotel is its proximity to this tourist attraction, large enough in places for one of its squares to hold 10 000 people at any one time. The Forbidden City was the home of 24 Ming and Qing emperors, their families, and their huge numbers of eunuchs and servants for 600 years built in 1406. Ordinary people were not allowed inside its gates—which ...