Beijing Jianguo Hotel
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Beijing was great! I got to climb the Great Wall of China, then slide down the wall on a toboggan! The hotel was one of our best on the trip. We went to the Silk Market and shopped til we dropped. We were sweating in Tiannanmen Square and the Forbidden City - it was super hot. The food was not good, except for the Peking Duck! My dad's friend gave …
... they did not have half of what they offered on the menu. That was frustrating, but I got rice with pork. Jill and Monica showed up as we were about to sit down to eat. They then ran off.
After lunch, we caught up with Jill, Monica, and Laura to see the Palace. However, Jill then left because she wanted to go back to campus. We then continued on. Walking up to the palace was nice and it was interesting to see how Buddhism influenced the architecture of ...
... some coworkers for the original Peking Duck, in Peking. We were deceived by the clear entrance because the line had a two hour wait. We took a number and walked around Lotus Lane, an upbeat shopping and bar street that makes Granville back home look like kids play. Walking along the lake we killed some time with the street snacks that fill the hangout so abundantly and eventually made our way back to what would be the most amazing roast duck ...
... car is about as sensible as mowing your lawn with nail clippers. It looked like half the parts had fallen off and the the young-looking soldier (He was in bright blue camouflage...was he law enforcement, military, paramilitary, or a contractor?) was holding it like you'd hold a shovel by the barrel, upside-down, with the muzzle freely pointing at passing pedestrians and traffic. To anyone with firearms experience, this is one of the most insane gun safety infractions a person ...
... deal of time at Tiananmen Square walking toward Mao's painting and touring the Forbidden City, however this time simply walked through quickly and saw the mausoleum. After that we got back into the car and went on a rick shaw ride. which is actually a pedicab ride, i don't know why we're calling it "rick shaw". but anyways that is where we sit in a little chair and they ride a bike to take us places. They took us to our ...
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