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... might come up (including future travel!) as we enjoy amazing food and wine together.
We jumped on our bikes this morning, for a 3 1/2 hour cycling adventure around Beijing, which was a lot of fun. We stopped in the middle of Tianamen Square to take a photo with our bikes under the portrait of Mao — and got it done just before getting kicked out by several policemen and military guards.
Our next site to see was the Chinese equivalent of the ...
... As I was studying for my dictation, the Chinese roommate Amy entered and straighten out things in the lounge.
Following, I went to Chinese class. Before class started, Shari told me to tell the professor that Jean would be out since he was ill. When I told the professor, she assumed that Jean was still in Shanghai until Anthony confirmed that Jean was ill.
For my chapter exam, I was shocked to see a ...
... is a very interesting place to explore. It's also my second time in Beijing after 20 years.
To enter the Forbidden City, you'll have to walk through three gates, the outer most would be 天安門, with the portrait of Chairman Mao
The second would be 端門 and ...
... getting in the elevator, my head was going to explode. She asked if I wanted to try some Chinese medicine, I said sure. Nearby was a pharmacy where I purchased some 12-hour extended release ibuprofen. I didn't have much hope that it would work, since that's what I'd already been taking (although not the same dose I don't think). But I was willing to give it a try. I got something cold to drink and then we grabbed a taxi.
I was ...
... we could take with no people in the photo and we hiked for hours along first well-maintained wall close to the entrance until it got more remote and rugged the further you hiked. The wall undulates across the wilderness in an almost constant incline or decline with as many stairs as we’d hiked in Nepal the week before. We had packed a lunch (definitely suggested!) of sandwiches and crisps which we stopped to eat in the ruins of a watchtower and chatted with a group ...