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... to whip you up to the top, and you do not get a "certificate" saying you have been to the wall. What you get instead is the experience of The Wall as it has been since its creation. The stones I walked on,the steps I climbed are the same ones that were used 1000 years ago. The steps, of which there are many, are rough hewn and of various height. This alone made it difficult to go up and down (I have short legs). The wall is built of stones so it is also rough to walk on. The ...
... say that it DID NOT taste like chicken. Thankfully, the rice, beef, chicken, and pork were plentiful, and we could wash it all down with some Coca-Cola.
After lunch, our group visited the Temple of Heaven. An ancient area dedicated to the practicing of faith, the Temple of Heaven is now used as a public green space for the people of Beijing. Locals can enter the park for free and use it as a garden oasis & take a break from the urban ...
... my hair didnt freeze this time! but it was cold, however after some walking we warmed up.
I've uploaded pics so you can see the difference since I was here 6 weeks ago.
Then we took the toboggan ride down.... weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!! !
i was a bit apprehensive (knowig it went over high bridge etc) but it was fun... until a guy shouted "NO CAMERAS NO CAMERAS!!" i stopped filming for a min, then proceeded to ...
... awkward situation. Twice while on the subway we had men come past us who did not have legs, playing music and asking for money. It made us all really uncomfortable because we didn't understand what the socially correct thing to do was. Many people actually got out their wallets and were handing over 100 Yuan bills. We wonder if these are war vets or what exactly their situation is.
Our destination was ...
... outside, I slowly yet surely pick out clothes to wear and pack my backpack and a duffel bag-- the first for school, the other for the gym.
8:12am: I brush my teeth.
8:20am: My goal time to be out of the apartment.
8:24am: The time I'm actually out of the apartment.
8:27am: As I'm walking down the narrow road that runs alongside my apartment complex toward the main street ahead, I stop at a food vendor stand and buy my ...