Beijing Airport Gold Route International Business Hotel
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... groups and I asked Jason if they expected money but he said no they simply gather to enjoy themselves.
What was really amazing was the outdoor gym area. In the US we have workout stations along the odd path and realistically these are not well used. What was really interesting was how busy this areas was and how many people were actively using the equipment. I tried the leg press, but had to look around and see many more with intense workouts. The most common site ...
Maddie stayed with Jamie last night and tried to sleep walk her way to Mom & Dad. As I explained to her that she will be staying with us in some cities, with Anna or Katie in others, and with Jamie and one of the girls in yet others, she replied "oh, it will be just like 'The Bachelor.'" Her humor is so unique.
We started our adventure going to the Temple of Heaven. While the historical sights ...
... to be the best for seeing the Wall that day. Instead of going to the stop of the Great Wall on the Beijing subway which is packed with tourists and locals galore (our French friends went, and it was shoulder to shoulder along the whole wall there), we decided to go to Mutianyu, a point of the Wall about an hour and a half outside the city, if you know what you are doing. Once we got there, we took a ski lift up to the Wall, and spent the ...
... city. Following a short nap to catch up on some sleep (this time without a sauna!! :-)), I joined my two fellow travelers on a visit to Tiananmen square and the Forbidden City. I had seen it before, but since it was so huge, I figured seeing it a second time would give me some more insights.
Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City
Compared to my first visit to the city of Beijing, all entrances to the Tiananmen square were now covered with security checkpoints, ...
... road and sidewalks outside seem bizarrely empty, not
covered in people and speeding vehicles. The flatscreen TV that
constantly plays the same tourist commercials and scrolls local news
is finally silent. The bar in the corner is darkened, the Western
restaurant in the back has stopped playing American pop songs. The
guard in his gray uniform is sitting on the steps staring off into
the city lights and smoking a cigarette. Two of the desk ...
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