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... If you didn't pay attention, you could easily lose yourself in this thriving metropolis. But even though the signage was mostly in Chinese and there was so much bustle with cars, buses, pedestrians, bicycles and other city noise, somehow landmarks you could find without too much of a struggle.
I headed to Tienanmen's square first. I was a bit nervous going there on my own. The history of this landmark gave me goosebumps. I arrived there and ...
... and a market leading up to the entrance to the wall. Every market stall holder was shouting as we passed, "Hello! Very Cheap!" Our taxi driver was very sweet and made sure we could get the entrance tickets that we wanted, despite the girl on the ticket desk speaking English! He also offered to wait for us to take us back to Huairou. We got the chair lift up and walked along the restored section to the right. We quickly got to the end of the restored section that we we ...
... we walked down our hutong and into another filled with shops and restaurants of all kinds. It's busy but in a good way.
pass the ancient observatory, the intercity wall ruins and its corner tower of the
Ming dynasty, then the old Beijing Railway Station first built in 1901 ...
Drinking is not the best thing to do the night before a big day. It's Jill’s birthday tomorrow so we decided to celebrate today by going to Beijing zoo. The zoo was so big and only cost 10Kuai to get in. We paid an extra 5Kuai to see the panda’s. They are so cute, I just wanted to cuddle one. They weren’t as big as I had imagined but they were so huggable. After spending most of our time with the panda’s we ...
... adventurous so I got 3 scorpions on a stick. Not that bad, it tasted similar to deep fried soft shell crab. After trying one scorpion, I gave one to Chris and one to Adrienne for their dining pleasures. By this time the stalls were about to close, which meant everything was on discount. So I closed the evening with steamed buns, shrimp dumplings, and a chinese hamburger. We then walked back to the hotel and called it a night after a very long ...