Qianyuan International Business Hotel
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... 8230; The double meaning was just TOO funny…
Showering felt amazing, and we put our shirts on and spent our last night wandering the streets looking for Tiananmen square. We found it! and a WHOLE bunch of Chinese people found us. We had hundreds of photos taken of us and with us… a little boy had wandered over to me while Sadie was taking a photo of me, he was probably 18 months old and his parents started to take photos. Then the ...
... There was hard selling people walking around here and they love to target the westerners...Bob bought a Chinese army hat, not such a good fit. Legs really feeling tight now, with walking on uneven cobbled stones and pavements. LUnch today was superb, another banquet style lunch. I wouldn't like to experiment buying street food over here, they waste nothing. We passed a lady cooking on side of the road, with her cooking pot and inside was a pot full of chicken ...
... Getting to the square is quite complex, however. Barricades block crossing the street to the southern edge of the famous square, I instead had to search for several minutes to find an underground passageway leading to the square’s southwest corner. There is a police checkpoint in the underpass, where I had to walk through a metal detector and place my backpack through an X-ray machine.
I walked up the stairs onto Tiananmen Square at 11:53. This is ...
... It still struck me just how many cities in China I had never heard of but dwarf the population of US cities, the trip allowed me to get a narrow glimpse into what a small section of these cities look like.
The time went by quickly as I was glued to my window the whole way. Eventually day turned to night and we arrived in Changsha, where my contact Dr. HE Yejing "Bob" picked me up and drove me to my hotel.
... the world in all the various forms of media. I remember seeing it as a teen.
It was like the Arctic Pole however, it was freezing. There wasn't too many people because it was so cold. It is the coldest I’ve ever been. All my family agreed that it was very cold...the wind had a bitter chill and it was probably about minus four.
We got some family shots on Tiananmen Square and outside Chairman Mow’s ...