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... Now 2 hours later I’m up and Geoff is still snoozing. I feel better after drinking 2 bottles of water and eating half a packet of pringles. Hmm I think that was lunch.
Later on in the evening we decided to walk around Wangfujing Street (The main shopping street in Beijing only a few minutes walk from the Hotel). We walked around the shops for a while then decided we were hungry, so we ventured down the Food ...
... It went through constant extensions and repairs in later dynasties. It began as independent walls for different states when it was first built, and did not become the "Great" wall until the Qin Dynasty. Emperor Qin Shihuang succeeded in his effort to have the walls joined together to fend off the invasions from the Huns in the north. The Wall we see today was mostly built during the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) using an incredible amount of manpower from local villagers ...
... first entered the building, I ran into Miguel. I persuaded him to take the stairs instead of the elevator. We talked until we reached the forth floor.
Once I was done, I went to the other side of my campus for lunch. While I was walking, I ran into Alana and Alex. We decided to eat at the new Pasta Factory. It was basically the same as the old one.
I decided to get the Italian breakfast since I was craving some bread. The meal came with a very sweet tea. ...
... before we finally figured it out! She didn't understand what we wanted, and we thought she was ripping us off. typical stupid american tourists... we caused quite a scene!
Once we got through, though, we found that the subway system was very safe, modern, and clean! We are guessing that like many other things in the city, the subway system was probably redone for the 2008 Olympics. We did, however, encounter ...
I have had some pain in my knees on and off and my American doctor was unable or unwilling to deal with it. So by chance, following a foot massage at a local massage place, my male masseur suggested he might be able to cure my knee problem. It would involve a combination of massage and heat therapy. Now bear in mind the guy's English was not great so I thought heat treatment sounds interesting and who knows? Plus he wasn't charging a ...