Wangfujing Youth Hostel
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... smile with a Buyong xie xie, after Bali, this is not a difficult thing to do. The cable car up is easy and the wall has very few tourists, although a group of older Swiss walkers complete with sticks pass us with red determined faces. The black brick wall looms ahead undulating up and down and side to side, easy enough to walk, pretty with wild chestnut trees bordering both sides and well maintained with regular bins. The weather has not been on our side with a ...
... to drag an extra day out of them. First stop today is the Temple of Heaven, a huge park with several religious buildings. But the 1st point of interest in the park is that once more some chap has brought his mobile disco and his devout followers are line dancing in the snow. There are even older people warming up getting ready to join in. The whole temple area serves as a worship to the gods for food and harvest. One of the buildings ...
Just going to list some things that stood out on my trip so far:
- Awesome movies on the plane ride
- Awkward seatings
- Wild cats with rabies
- Staying at a really nice apartment in a residential area (which I'm not supposed to be in because I'm a foreigner?)
- Dead snake in the toilet
Heading off to eat some really nice McDonald's.
Saturday is the day we went to see the giant Panjiayuan, Beijing's infamous weekend ‘dirt’ or what we know as a flea market. It was two subway changes and a 15 minute walk from our hotel but we found it. People have things for sale and laid out on the sidewalks leading up to Panjiayuan. The market itself takes up a city block and is enclosed behind walls. About half the market is in permanent buildings and half outside but under ...
Monday. CC here:
He grabbed Em's heart-marked violin in his big hands, put it under his chin, and Chinese music filled to bursting the small alley of a shop we were in. The street was nothing but instrument shops. Violin shops everywhere, guitar shops and saxophone shops….people out on the street playing. Play with your emotions, with passion – Mr. Miao says to Em. And more Bach and Vivaldi flow out.. ...