Beijing Sicily Hotel
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... a little bit etc. Then we had lunch, I used chopsticks for the entire meal, whilst a random woman was taking photos of me with my totally awesome hat and sunnys. Then we got the subway back to our hotel. Then when we got back to the hotel me, Mum and Tyler went to the indoor swimming pool and spa. It was ...
... who are breaking many molds of what we in the West think of Chinese art. The hotel lobby photo I have included in this post is quite typical of many hotels! Glossy, marbled and well appointed. Tomorrow I meet the other Canadian media at 9:30 am when we will be taken to the Lama Temple. The other media types flew in today, so I know how they will be feeling tomorrow! I hope they got to bed ...
... and some other decorations in our luggage, and Laura whipped up some postcard diplomas (the chaperones signed.....wonder if that will get them as far as the superintendent's signature), and Kalie played a little Pomp and Circumstance. It was a really fun moment as we cheered them on and celebrated a real milestone.
Maki and Rob--we are super proud of the two of you. You are wonderful young adults with terrifically bright futures. We feel lucky ...
... sore. It was a lot of fun and it is true what they say. You get to know people very quickly when you are with them for a short period of time and it can be hard to say goodbye. The wall was amazing and I wish I got more pictures but I was so exhausted after walking it. When you make it to the end you forget that you have to go back and there are just as many ups as there are downs. From the wall our mode of transportation was a sled that goes along a track. It was ...
Actually, my trip started the day before when I left Shangrao. It’s a really long train ride to Beijing and I was very happy that I had a hard sleeper. I love traveling by train, but I recommend on hard sleeper (or soft sleeper if you want to spend a bit more) for any trip longer than 4 or 5 hours. It’s not just that you can stretch out, you’re also not anywhere ...