7 Days Inn (Beijing Jingsong)
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What a day.
We started the day in the same coach from yesterday. We leave all unnecessary belongings on the coach, and return to it after each attraction for water, information from our guide, and, if we're lucky, a quick nap between stops. It's become a second home to us, a source of comfort in the flood of new.
Jan, our bubbly Beijing guide, gave us another ...
Woke up at eight for no reason. I had nothing to do urgently this morning, but I could not fall back to sleep. So, I dashed off to get breakfast from my favorite sandwich guy outside of west gate.
It had been over a month since the last time I ordered from him. I was so lazy to walked to his stand. The sandwich I got with egg and chicken was greasy, but so yummy.
Then, I decided to get soy milk.
Right as I entered my dorm, I ran ...
... on the Great Wall and a hero plaque with my name and date engraved. Didn't realise just how hard it is to walk up there, they have signs to say that if you have heart problems, not to go past this certain point. While we were there an ambulance went up as far as they could go as an Indian looking guy was having trouble. When I got to the bottom I bought a few placemats and some post cards. Then it was just about time to get onto the bus and go to lunch. For ...
... then you will be just fine in China. Mobile police stations are everywhere, and so are signs that continue to state ‘Notice the Safety’, even if we hadn’t already. The rules of the Chinese still puzzle us. When we were trying to travel on an expensive toll road to Ping Yao, due to bad weather we were refused entry onto the road as it was unsafe. We were refused entry as a truck, as we were considered a bus, then we were refused entry as bus, as we were considered ...
... again. At first, we just went through the Duty Free, but then we decided to just get it over with.
It's a good thing we did.
I've never had trouble going through Immigration or Customs in the sense that I've never been checked or had the ill luck of being hassled. My game plan is always to be the least memorable as possible and to leave no lasting impression. Non-Entity is my goal whilst traveling by plane.
When we got to Beijing we had to line ...