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... with rude Chinese tourists and even more packed with yet more museums of bowls. Seriously, I think I'm going to stop using bowls in every day life because I am so sick of the sight of them. The buildings were impressive (if a bit samey) and signs were reasonably interesting when you managed to fight your way to the front of the hoard to read them.
What a moany ******* I am! Haha! But in all seriousness, it could have been so much more special. Maybe I just had really ...
... means decorative rocks, trees and pavilions. The rocks are formed under lakes for hundreds of years. The cool holes in the rocks are actually drilled by carvers and then returned to the water to weather the holes. General things I learned: 1. They actually have volunteer pushers who stand at the bus stops and subway stations and literally push people onto the bus and subway car. That explained the buses I saw with people smashed against the windows and doors. 2. All ...
... were so happy that it reopened finally. They were so good.
Then, we returned to the dorm. Olivia texted me if I wanted to go to dinner with her. I said yeah, but I was not going to eat. Olivia and I went outside of west gate to a bun place.
After that, Olivia dragged me to Ahava because she wanted cheesecake. Honestly, I am not really a fan of that place. I only go there if I don't have any other options or if it is a late afternoon on a Sunday.
Now, I am ...
... came to help out. So between my phrase book, the menu that had lots of pictures, and their good humour we determined we wanted duck but got no further.
At this point our waiter gestured for us to wait a minute and went over to another table and brought over a Dutchman who spoke Chinese very well. With his help we determined what the waiter needed to know, what we needed to know, how much to order and all had a good laugh over ...
... there. And no, it was not a low class neighbourhood either.
And I have to mention the BEST PEKING (Beijing) DUCK EVER! It was at Da Dong Restaurant, where the three of us had an entire table for eight. It was pretty funny. We also had an entire duck to ourselves too, on top of several other dishes. Having foodie cousins did not help our waistlines at all.
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