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... the past several months, this trip is not helping me. There is always an abundance of delicious food. Well... McD's was an experience alright. Try ordering for 18 students and 4 adults. We needed to explain that they did not want ice in their drinks (North Americans are not use to the water in Asia, as a result we will have the runs or worse if we consume it). Some students don't eat pork, and some are vegetarians... Trying to get all the food orders straight, no ice, and ...
... at the time. Very interesting. Then we headed to the Beijing Zoo which I was very disappointed with cause we literally went to the Zoo to see the Pandas and that's it. The pandas did nothing and you could barely see them, so wasn't really worth it. We then went to lunch and this restaurant was apparently 5 star and a very good restaurant, but today was the first day the food didn't agree with me and I thought it was very average compared to ...
... 8216;Toilet of Heavenly Purity’"), we moved on to what we thought would be the emperors palace, so went through another imposing gatehouse. We were greeted by yet another huge open space surrounded by walls and decorative buildings (you’re beginning to see a pattern here aren’t you?). It went on and on and on, when I felt I couldn’t take anymore, Dan read out one of the plaques then depressingly said “This building is at ...
... br> 10:05pm Still on the tarmack. I really need sleep. Teegan is loosing her patients. This is an American, Chinese difference, there is no information and no one is loosing their temper. The Chinese on board are just use to this sort of hold up. My biggest fear is Teegan is going to have a hard time getting past this two day flying disaster.
Got to the hotel at 1am and waited in line again. But got 4 hrs of wonderful sleep in ...
... motorcycle with box around it, regular and electric motorcycles and electric bicycles all merge together, along with large trucks and buses. We've never seen so much construction. All the projects we saw continued 24/7. There are cranes everywhere and equipment tearing down the hutongs, old buildings, anything in their way, to build anew.
Angela, the proprietress of the Di'anmen Courtyard House B&B, is young and totally into this new way, but is happy that her address ...
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