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... was wise to try to sleep the first half of the 14-hour flight to adjust to the 12-hour time change. I slept 6:41, a little shorter than I had hoped but I felt pretty refreshed.
I had missed the main lunch service since I went to sleep early during the flight, so I asked the flight attendant at the BusinessFirst galley for my meal now. She brought out the chilled appetizer and salad on a tray with some rolls. The appetizer was black halibut with salmon and sesame-coated ...
... the train, it was pack with so many. So happy to get off of it when it was our stop.
We then decided to go to seven eleven where I brought chocolate and a drink for Chloe since she was not feeling well yesterday. When we got to the dorm, we ran into Sara and her friend Andre. We talked and then Bethany and I walked all the way to Chloe's room to find out that Chloe was in the basement lounge.
I then walked all the way to the basement lounge and gave Chloe her gifts.
... came I the realization that I had no control over the driving situation and that by signing up to go to the Great Wall I gave up that control, it made the thought of the drive better - wall is spectacular - cannot believe how built into the mountain - beers on top of the wall was surreal. - slide down was insanely quick - could really pick up a ton of speed. - Sam from London a consultant with bci (Boston ...
When do you find teenagers happily sitting at breakfast at 6:30 am? When going to breakfast means another day at the 100 item+ buffet put on by Beijing International Hotel. Peter the guide was in the US back during Fall, 2012. Hearing about our collective affection for breakfast, he stated "Chinese hotels offer better breakfast than American hotels." Apparently he was not impressed with the English muffin offered by the Quality Inn. Score one for China. After tanking up, we headed for ...
... and walked back to the hotel, trying very hard to protect the electronics that were in our bags. I tried my hardest to avoid the huge puddles and not get soaked, but after a while, I really didn't care anymore because I was already really wet. 3/4ths of the way to the hotel, Chris suddenly remembered that he had his raincoat in his bag (we had a good laugh about that). I think that was a good end to a...tiring day.
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