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... interesting to see the various steps. Of course the tour ended in a gift shop. How very Disney-like! We tried to get through quickly although I did pick up a couple of Christmas ornaments.
Ok, back in the car and back to the city where we drove past the site of the Olympics and saw the Bird’s Nest and Pool Cube. Traffic is awful in the city but we finally made it to The Summer Palace where Jason told us stories of "the dragon lady" as well as history of ...
After dinner last night, I got ready to celebrate Mohini's birthday.
Jesse, Olivia, Cathy, Cici, Mohini, and I went to Party World to sing Karaoke!
As we were walking there, Jesse tried to sing "Benny and the Jets" and I snapped at him to stop. He was no Elton John. Nobody can do justice to that song.
At Party World, for our first song, Olivia and I sang "Call Me Maybe." We laughed at the ending of the music video when the guy turned out to have ...
... Luckily things didn't escalate further b/c Cristina was fed up and handed him 15 more rmb. Apparently the man had no kind words for me (using profanity and insults... To the effect of saying I was rotting meat and something about my mother).
The restaurant ...
... Trevor and Yvonne, below “that” age wiggled their milky whiskers at us as they zoomed by 22 happy but exhausted groupies, then finished a very cheery day by settling down to watch “Legende de Kongfu” at a Beijing theatre. After years of seeing kung fu demonstrations at school parades, I never thought I would say this – what an “absolutely wonderful show, not to be ...
... made up of tiny alleys lined with siheyuan, traditional courtyard homes. Street Dongsi 4 Tiao was so tight in areas, QS had to get out and move bikes and boxes out of the way to get through.
The hotel was once the home of a dignitary during the Qing dynasty, and is decked out in red lattice windows, handcarved furniture, traditional day beds decked with silk pillows, and red lanterns everywhere. It's ideal. When I arrived they told me I was like summer ...