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... GPS log.
Returned to my hotel room at 6:27, showered, and got ready for bed. Finished a TiVo show on my phone, then bed at 7:21 p.m. My flight to Bangkok leaves PEK at 6:50 tomorrow morning.
I enjoyed my day in Beijing. Of course I wish I had more time, but this is just a stopover on my way to Myanmar (and later to Indonesia). I’ll certainly have many more things to see if I ever return to Beijing, starting with the Forbidden City (on a day other than Monday!)
... the pavement whilst he was taking a number 2! Imagine taking a '****" randomly in the middle of town!
3: Spitting wherever, whenever you feel the need to! Literally, anywhere.... cafe's, underground, streets! Happens every second by every male & FEMALE you see wherever you are! As you are walking down the street its like dodging the spit on the pavement!
4: Children walking around with slits in the backs of their ...
... We drove for about an hour to the north of Beijing to the Dingling Tomb - one of the 13 tombs from the Ming Dynasty. Anne was very knowledgeable and also very interesting to listen to so we got a fair bit of background history as we were driving along. This tomb was only excavated in the 1950s and was the tomb of an emperor who really didn't make his mark in the dynasty. But the process is the same for all of them - they find an area which has ...
... it Beijing Cyclones where not leading infact they didn't score an single point all game. By half time the Warriors where 54-0 in front. I can't give you a report on the second half as the New England Patriots Cheerleaders were on the main stage after performing a half time dance mmmmmmmmm.
I tried in vain to get Tracy to learn some moves from Stephanie, Katie, Trish and the other one who's name I can't remember hahaha. We ...
... The English guide was excellent and gave us a brief history of the area and the doorways of the various classes – 4 beam door for military officers, 2 beam door for lesser government officials and no beam doors for the commoners. It was interesting. We also visited a family home and saw inside – the family – mother father and daughter only do this now for a living. The parents have retired (in their 50’s) and take in tourists as a living. ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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