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... for a drink at the tallest building in Beijing. As we left the subway I spotted another iconic skyscraper that I hadn't realised was in Beijing. It was the CCTV tower which was two skyscrapers built on separate plots of land. They rose, not vertically, but at an angle towards each other and then connected with two perpendicular cantilevers. Not easy to describe so check out the photo. I would love to see a documentary about the construction, engineering and ...
... enjoyed hiking up the steep climb for the valley to watch tower #6, and then hiking along the wall to watch tower #14.
We were treated to a very wonderful picnic lunch, which was nicely arranged at tower #12. We could see everything as we crested the hill a couple of hundred yards away on the wall, which was a really fun surprise. Norman was there in his tuxedo shirt, awaiting our arrival to open a nice bottle of champagne, ...
... Jesse showed up.
I walked up stair and ran into Mohini. We hugged before I had to do some things.
I wore my glasses for the rest of the night. Anthony told me that I looked good in them. I complained that I looked nerdy with them on.
A lot of people have been surprised that I wear glasses. I don't normally since I wear contacts. People keep telling me that I look good with glasses. I don't think so and I find them to not be practical in my daily life.
... however (and one guy had a fake moustache) made this whole encounter a lot more interesting.
We also stopped for some snacks and Stephan got himself some Lotus rolls, which did not taste that bad, however looked a lot like dog food.
After running into the girls again, we went to the place they had discovered the previous day where there were lot of different snacks. We had noodle soup, although we nearly didn’t get a seat and ...
... We were able to visit the inside of someone's house. They had pet birds that talked but we couldn't understand what they said...they were speaking in Chinese.
Our last stop was Lama Temple - Tibetan Buddhist Temple. Lots of big Buddhas and the air was full of people burning incense for luck.
We were finished by 3 and were ready to go "home" and warm up!