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... in the late afternoon, I prepared for our day long journey the following day to Dandong.
Morning departure for Dandong via Shenyang. The Beijing railway station is pure chaos, way too many Chinese people. We eventually boarded the high speed train to Shenyang, first class. For the first time in weeks the scenery was stunning, beautiful, AND clear. It was a nice train ride. Arriving at Shenyang, we were required to change to a bus to complete the journey to ...
... toasted us wishing us well.
We made Ting Ting give a speech and gave her our farewell tip. We talked about the highlights of the trip.
We were all worn out after such a big day so walked back via the next street which was more upmarket with an old tram going up and down the centre and the streets lined along the way with beautiful bronze statues. Beijing is progressively creating these communities for both locals and tourists. A great way to end the ...
... br> - cold!!
- ignore the pushiness and just roll with it or you'll go crazy
- use non-verbal cues to explain yourself
- never be in a rush bc you will get lost and confused
- Don't come during Chinese New Year. The crowds are massive and not foreigner friendly
Pros: rich history, interesting, cheap hostel/subway
Cons: rude, pushy, smog/haze, loud, very big, no English
So the big thing I reread about in this blog ...
So once getting through immigration, we clear customs with ease an enter China....its 5:55a, and our tour guide isn't meeting us at Starbucks until 7 (I knew i should have told him 6:15!) oh well, lets check out Starbucks in China and see if its any different than the States...nope, same overpriced, uninspiring coffee. $17 for 2 talls and a scone. As we're sitting there lamenting our overpriced coffee, I say to Heather, "we have to make sure we find a McDonald's while we are ...
In Beijing, I'm experiencing so many different facets of expat life, but religion has not been on my top list of priorities here. Being Jewish, there is a small community that I have yet to meet, and the last thing I ever expected to do on a sunny day in Beijing was go to church. Yes, dear readers, church, you read it correctly. Before ...