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... She mentioned there were small rooms on the sides but made it sound like there was nothing to see in them. You can see where this is going already.
As we walked through each area I took pictures when I could as every doorway, every glass case and everything there was to see was crowded en masse by hundreds if not thousands of people. The entrance to the square was just a warm up for the melee that greeted me at every photo opportunity. It got to a point where ...
... it was time for supper so we went to this little family owned restaurant in a really sketchy alley way with a traditional Chinese home layout. Howard ordered all kinds of dishes for us to try, so many we couldn't finish, but they were all really good. We had duck, shrimp, fried eggplant, rice, chestnuts, tofu, sweet and sour soup, pork, and a couple other things. It has been an excellent day and I can't wait for ...
... t wait to start our day together.
Sara and Nick had already both visited Beijing and so they did not feel the need to see all the sites again. This was music to my ears, because it meant that we could take them to some of our favorite hangout spots. Their impressions of China from their last visit were not very good. I wanted to show them the amazing side of Beijing and I hope that we succeeded.
... Lady of the last Emperor, he looked over at me and we had the following exchange:
Mark: "Is there anything wrong with my hair?"
Gene: hesitating for only a second because there was one wisp slightly askew, "No, it's fine."
Mark: "Why was there a pause?"
Gene: "Fine, I'll fix this one part, but I really don't think anyone will notice."
Like father, like son I suppose.
Soon after we took a ride on the dragon boat across to the other ...
... this normally bustling city.Two hours later we arrived at the final bus stop and assumed we were near the village we were seeking. But not quite. It seems we needed to hire a taxi to take us to the village. We found a guy who agreed to take us for 40 CWY. And indeed he did, via the ticket office to pay our fee. Oh and we also learned the last bus to Beijing would be leaving 40 minutes ...