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... bed bugs!), DIY postcards were great! Food laundry, hot water bliss. The owner, so helpful, so many great food recommendations! Peking duck amazing. Dim sum amazing. Hot pot amazing. Local street bbq amazing. Hostel food amazing. But we'll definitely be going back to veggies for the next few weeks! Unlike Moscow, we're leaving Beijing wanting more. But that will have to wait for another chapter :) Berlin tomorrow for a few days rest and recuperation, Stockholm on ...
... than we thought so had to change our plans today. We were going to fill in a couple of hours at the Lama temple but spent it wandering the streets instead. I brought my first and possibly only Beijing souvenir. A set of Russian dolls made as a panda bear. I was so excited that I skipped like a little girl. Who knew a cheap $5 trinket would be enough to satisfy my shopping needs. They sales ...
Following reading about fashion, I listened to some music.
Then, I decided to get ready for the day. I chose to wear my H&M cardigan and purple scarf. Before I walked out of my room, I quickly grabbed my fake Ray Bans sunglasses.
As I was walking to 7-eleven, Rebecca said hi and her roommate Cindy stared at me.
After 7-eleven, I went to the basement lounge to study Chinese. Robb was in there studying Chinese too.
Once I was done ...
... sign near the exit doors. As soon as I arrived at the hostel I had a shower and left for Tiananmen Square which I found to be exciting as this is the heart of China.
Many people took pictures of me or just stare. A young mother had her daughter take a picture of her, then spotted me and moved next to me and asked her daughter to take another picture ,;she then placed her daughter in front of me and took another shot. We had a laugh about it all. ...
... we'd give that a miss. The Chinese certainly make a good job of things "big" We then headed to the Forbidden City. It was an imperial palace for the Ming and Qing Dynasty for about six hundred years. Absolutely huge with many historical artifacts and huge gates and pavilions, with names like Gate of Heavenly Peace. Ironic considering all the tourists tramping around [mainly Chinese,)The best part was the garden with amazing trees' statues and weird handmade stone artworks. After ...