Peking University Resource Hotel (Beijing Resource Yanyuan Hotel)
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... a free night, Leigh (she studied in China as a student and can speak Mandarin and has been a wonderful help in guiding us in all things China ) is lead us downtown ( , this city really pumps.) We walked though a street of food hawkers selling selling cicadas, grasshoppers, kidneys, quail eggs , snake, squid, , chicken heats to name a few then a bus ride to a dumpling restaurant. In summary how was it . Travelling with this amazing group of people who have suffered the ...
... and Tilly by The Great Wall of China, or a part of it anyway. This was a highlight for us to see the Great Wall meandering across the hilltop as we were driving next to it. At Juyongguan, Neville, Barbara and I climbed the big and oddsized steps for the beautiful view from the top. Some of the steps were one house brick high and some of them four, we’re not sure why, but it made climbing them a challenge. But we made it! We even bought ...
... brought her coworker Sun (Soon) to drive for us while she guided us to the sites. We hopped into Sun’s car and sped off into the morning rush hour traffic, and by sped off I mean we spent about two minutes just trying to get back on the road and were then stuck in bumper to bumper traffic for the hour that it took to get to the Temple of Heaven.
We arrived and Sun dropped us off and went to park the car and wait for us. As ...
... run. There were amazing views of the city from up there though!
No trip to Beijing is complete without a trip to Yashow. Sara and Nick made a few key purchases. (Uggs and Toms for about $40 total.)
The night brought us to the busy Nanluoguoxiang Hutong where we had dinner and the boys bravely ordered bullfrog stew. After a fun and filling dinner, we took Sara and Nick to a cozy and off-the-beaten-path hutong ...
Winnie the Pooh said something like:
"How grateful I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard."
I got home after a day out with friends and I looked around me and tried to take everything in as we drove into the parking lot for the last time, walked through the apartment building, up the slow elevator, onto the 7th floor and into my home.
I finished packing the extra things that Mom gave me.
Then they gave me a pair ...