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... 5 week odyssey through China and we were smart enough to be on the wall before all the other sight seers struggled out of bed. A very large group of school kids was also heading for the wall, but we managed to beat them as well, even though Cris was asked for many photos with them and David was asked only once. This 3 km section of the Wall is ...
... As the sun rose about 8am it was no more than a pale apricot dot in the sky surrounded by a thick mist. We took our time over breakfast and ablutions and didn't emerge until nearly 11am. By that time the smog had dissipated somewhat. We had been in Europe in 2008 while the Beijing Olympics were in full swing and had watched parts of it in England, the Baltic States and Russia. Fletcher has been in Beijing since then but had only seen the National Stadium from the ...
... for these topics, and the teacher expected us to have them memorized! Needless to say, I did not have them memorized but luckily I got one of the easier topics, although the instructor did chastise me a little at the beginning for "reading" too much of what I was saying.... what did she expect?!
I am so glad I am not pursuing a full degree here, I would go crazy for sure! My listening/speaking instructor had such a flippant attitude too, ...
... is free and is very nice—I just had to show the staff my dorm card and I was good to go.
Shortly after breakfast with Nancy, Professor Lynch, Andrew, Judgeeat, Whitney, and Andrea we went to the opera house via train, bought some vianitian orchasestra tickets for Wednesday,
From there we jumped back on ...
... still, this was my favorite part of the wall. We looked in front of us and saw the sides of the wall still continuing along their original path, and guard towers on several peaks. Trees, bushes, and other shrubbery had worked their way onto the wall. It was impossible to see very far due to the smog, but it was an amazing view nonetheless, certainly different from my previous trip to Mutianyu.
Although it may seem a little redundant to go to the same ...