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... their placement, found the encouragement to keep striving even higher. So many emotions were all in here, in this one place, nine years ago, and definitely left an everlasting presence.
Then it was bedtime. Even though we had slept till one, we were still pretty exhausted from the Great Wall and night out the day before, so it didn't take long before I fell asleep.
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... some money to avoid the hassle although it is a patent scam. Derek's first Peking Duck restaurant choice near the football stadium was rejected when we learned that there was a 40 minute wait on tables, outrageous! We proceeded to PKD restaurant number 2, which turned out to be superb. Flunkies on the gate directed us to park on the pavement (OK...), and we were ushered in, past long display cases of jewellery and ornamental objects, around a large seafood tank farm ...
... I don’t know the long-term health effects this has on Beijing residents, but I can’t imagine it’s very good.
The wealth disparities in China’s capital are drastic. In the course of one day, I was walking down a street with sewage, beggars, and broken bikes only to find myself drinking cocktails at a posh Beijing nightclub that night. The contrast was striking.
From the moment ...
... 100 m and 200 m world records in 2008. The National Aquatics Centre or "the water cube" is also pretty interesting and is covered in giant bubbles which light up at night symbolising water. After the Olympic park we headed for China's most notorious strip "Sanlituan" for dinner and drinks. It's a just a long street covered in karaoke bars and Chinese rock bands, totally different type of pub culture here, not a patch on ours.
The Temple of Heaven
... The 15 different dumplings we tasted were all delicious.
Jean and Isabel left us for their second half of China Tour with OAT (Overseas Adventure Tour). It was hard to believe that we had travelled together for over a month. It would be interesting to see how their commercial China tour compare with our little free spirited self-guided private tour.
We visited two popular tourist spots - the old town "Front Gate" (前门）and the ...