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... because of the constant motions of people.
Following the market, I walked around the block. When I got to the intersection, I walked the wrong way. I realized when I saw a Ford car dealership. Seeing that made me turned away and then I saw the orange building from earlier. As I was walking, I saw taxi drivers sleeping in their taxi cars.
I was about to go back on the subway until I saw a mall across from the station.
So, I walked across the street ...
... Discovered handicap facilities will suffice because they are equipped with western style commodes.
After Walking through the Forbidden City we entered the Imperial Gardens with its century old trees and gardens.
Then we headed out of the city to the Summer Palace where the Emperors would spend their leisure times.
In order ...
... trying to find something to wash it down.
Now for the exciting experiences. Both are listed in the Lonely Planet but having had disappointing experiences with their recommendations in the past, we approached these places only after the good word of fellow travelers.
Dali Courtyard: you book and communicate any dietary needs. You are served whatever the Yunnan chef decides to cook that day (usually several dishes) based on which foods look good at ...
... all this way and not be able to see the temple and wondered why we bothered to make the stop at all. At least CM already has a gorgeous picture he took of the temple on his first China trip. So, we just spent some time walking around the grounds before leaving for dinner.
But before we could eat dinner, we stopped by the silk factory. After an entertaining demonstration on how silk was made, we were let loose in the store, which had way too ...
... So what happens?...they all bunch together in the middle of the room, unsure as to what to do. This was not due to a language barrier either, as his Mandarin is quite excellent. Interesting..no?
Peter Pan is Hong Kong ren (ren means person, we are Meiguo ren, American people, Beijing ren are people of Beijing, and so on and so forth. It holds no bounds to Can ji ren (disabled) and countries and cities) But anyways. we met him at our favorite Jiaozi/baozi ...
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