Yulong International Hotel
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Lily Song picked us up at 8 and we went to the summer palace, a jade factory, and the great wall. I sure got my workout in going up steps and hills on the wall!
We started our day at the summer palace. The palace grounds are extensive. There was a lake dug in the shape of a peach as a present for one of the emperor's mom. The palace has the longest corridor in the world where the emperor and the concubines would walk everyday. ...
... simple things like pasta. In Beijing, I just don't cook because it is cheaper to eat out than cook. Plus, cooking requires effort.
After eating breakfast, I worked on one paper. It amazed me that I was actually doing papers early opposed to waiting at the last minute. My main motivation for doing this is that I want to enjoy Beijing during my last few weeks before I return to America.
As I ...
... a soup with similar innerds, intestines being the main one. I think I tasted the soup, but I just couldn't eat the intestines. I do have limits when it comes to food. One of the things I really liked were these chip like things made from green bean flour. They were covered in garlic and delicious.
After this, we went to another restaurant that served long, rectangular dumplings. Those were good as well. We dipped them in vinegar and chili oil (mixed together). She also ordered what ...
... point - possibly the Worlds centre, according to this country.
On the way back we tried the antique market but we're too late. Only small number of shops is open still. But due to 'Pleco' [our dictionary] and the handfull Chinese words we've learned by now we could at least find it. Vito from Spain joins in for a dinner round the corner. Unfortunately we are running out of cash. What to do? Maestro not accepted, CC not working and our money is vaourising in the air. Skype, ...