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... they recently covered most of the marble with laminate flooring to protect the marble. This site was interesting and again, full of Chinese superstition lessons. It was 5:30pm before we left our last site. It was freezing cold today - literally - and we were sooooo cold - even on the bus. I was wearing a turtleneck, gloves, scarf and my warm gloves but could not get warm. Beijing is a very dry cold ~ very, very dry. It is hard to explain. We have been ...
... to myself quietly as it was just one of those rare moments where you ask yourself, is this actually happening? The story gets better because as I went home, I was telling my roommate about what I saw and she told me about how at the other center she works at that there is an old man that has a pet turtle and walks it everyday. It's these precious moments that make you think and smile...only in China! ^__^ It's ...
... sitting opposite me was trying to bless chicken feet and make me eat them. I forgot the Chinese for vegetarian so I met him halfway by saying 'I don't eat meat' and qualifying this statement by doing some excellent mimes of flapping birds and things with pointy ears. My inability to express anything was proved when he asked me to translate his Bible from mandarin and I said for the fiftieth time 'I still don't speak Chinese'. My zoo ...
... as a disorientated young family of lively souls with heaps of questions and boundless energy) - and we were so pleased he did. The food was even better than the last time and the kids were keen to try. We were beaten down by the bitter cold and headed home but we'd have loved a summers evening to leisurely take it all in. A sleepy subway ride home and another Macdonalds meal - this time in our hotel room - and we were sorry to be leaving Beijing the following ...
... hotel we've stayed in, if you count the Paris in Las Vegas (I don't, since everything in Vegas feels fake). There was a tea lounge and a restaurant near the huge lobby. Kevin took all our passports, checked everyone in, and gave us our room keys. We haven't talk to the other tour group members yet. Before we went to our rooms, we were instructed to meet in the lobby by 8:05 AM. Breakfast was served from 6 to noon I believe.