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... metro is not pleasant as there are 10 million riders per day and they literally hire "pushers" to push people on. The bus could not stop at the Square so we had to get off quickly. There were lots of vendors selling hats (mostly red star green ones with ear flaps) and several of our group bought them.
Tiananmen Square is the world's largest public square -- the size of 90 football fields! The ...
... I was such a moron to not realize that a campus near a hospital would be a medical school.
When I exited the campus, I finally saw the school's sign. It was hidden. I looked at the time and realized that I had to get going to the subway.
Luckily, I got a seat on the subway this time. I arrived at Wudaokou, which has Beijing University and Tsinghua University. Quickly I walked to get to the Ricci Cafe.
So, I was supposed to meet ...
... I volunteered to read a paragraph since nobody wanted to. I struggled and had to use the pinyin for some part to read it.
I was so happy when the lecture was done. For lunch, I ate at S*** over Rice with Olivia, Bethany, Lindsay, Rae, Karena, and Stephanie. I also got a taro milk tea from the place I like.
Rae and I after lunch tried to go to a store to buy a new phone for myself, but we could not find one that I wanted.
Thankfully, my afternoon ...
... my number to call me. Did I have her number? I looked through everything. Uh, no, I don't have her number. ****. I went to a customer service desk and asked for a phone charging station. There was one nearby. I started to charge the phone, but I couldn't even turn it on yet. Think, think, think... What am I going to do if no one is here? Who can I call? That is, if my phone ever charges. Sigh.
I pulled out my little pad of paper and on the back, with a ...
... off very relaxed, and used the voucher for the massage I'd won in a competition. It was a 75 minute oil massage by two therapists, in tandem with each other, very relaxing & enjoyable. Worth about 75 pounds so a real treat. After that was the first leaving party, our friend Luisa from Colombia had been in China for several years, but only a few months in Beijing, but needs to go back to Colombia for work sadly, she's really good fun & it hit us how our group of friends ...