Taoran Garden Hotel
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... said to us I love birds...if only she knew what it was really from lol .We stopped for lunch in a local dumpling restaurant which was delicious but very filling! Dumplings are nothing like what we are use too, they are similar to ravioli.Unfortunately this wasn't the restaurant recommended to us by Dick and Jackie however Kevin helped us to find it and we met the owner mr shi - a very happy chap willing to let us take a few pics...bloody tourists!. Around the corner we saw ...
... My chick deserves every penny of that spaghetti.
We finished packing, completed paperwork and looked out the window at the nightlife below us a few minutes for the last time before it was lights out.
We have another early and long travel day tomorrow.
NOTE: I called for ice many times while here; each time there was a knock at the door with what looked like a small garbage bag half filled with ice. I only got ice in an ice bucket ...
... I started to do the same back to her. I was whining and stomping my feet, telling her that I was a student and had no money. It was actually pretty funny. We put on quite a show together, and entertained everyone around us. And so once we made a deal, we were friends and she told me I was a good negotiator and that "I won". I was a good little bargain shopper! (Be proud of me, Mom!)
... The story of a young boys induction into becoming a monk and becoming a master kung fu practitioner, the young men and boys, performed what can only be described as a cross between dance, kung fu and tai chi, with an extremely high dose of vitamin energy. The members of the troupe train from a very young age to reach the point where they are capable of performing. True dedication to training and technical detail.
... from the north. Most of the wall that you can see today was erected in the Ming Dynasty about 600 years ago, Mutianyu (慕田峪), a restored section.’
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