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... route straight through the city, but you can wander around all day through all the side alleys and streets. And, of course, there's little shops, so if you need some food or water you're in luck. And amazingly there wasn't really a markup. After the Forbidden City, it was off to the historic old town. But, like most of the "old towns" I encountered in China, it's mostly quit new and just designed to look like the buildings used to. Now, it is the historic area ...
... As I was studying for my dictation, the Chinese roommate Amy entered and straighten out things in the lounge.
Following, I went to Chinese class. Before class started, Shari told me to tell the professor that Jean would be out since he was ill. When I told the professor, she assumed that Jean was still in Shanghai until Anthony confirmed that Jean was ill.
For my chapter exam, I was shocked to see a ...
... know these e-tickets we purchased in Novosibrisk work!) and settle in the corner of the waiting room on our bags for the train.......so maneeeee peeee.....pol :) On the train, we have our Chinese pot noodle (standard train feast), poky (Chinese mikados) and share a couple of laughs and gestures with our Latvian cabin mates before its lights out as we cruise down to Xian in our most modern train since ...
... it was a crowd favorite for its powers to help with... lowering cholesterol, losing weight, fighting insomnia, lowering blood sugar, regulating diabetes, and even relieving gout; Sweet lover (fruit tea). Its benefits include providing vitamin C and E and assisting with digestion. Even more, it tasted really good. At the end of the ceremony, we saw the wallets and purses come out for the first time. I think they had been itching to offload some $$$. Bottom line, Lee's ...
... she could continue to rule. I know, pretty yucky, but read on.
Being a grandmother to an active ruler meant that she would need to stop aside, which she (known also as the Dragon Lady) just wouldn’t have any part of. The next in line was Guangzhu, her nephew who she imprisoned in the Forbidden City (nice digs, but just walled-in for him!), and she continued to rule because she was power-thirsty ...
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