Southern Sky Pearl Express Hotel
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... twice, both Empress's were buried with the Emperor. Love or madness!!!! In1956, historians received permission to excavate one of the Ming tombs, and decided that the 13th Emperor's tomb could be dug with the least amount of damage. When recovered, the Emperor was still clothed in silk robes in good condition, but once exposed to the air the robes deteriorated, so the government won't allow the ...
... tracks a few times. I then had this thought that I was on a runaway train. Dee also thought a mouse was in the food bag. Our own little sauna was cooling down a little bit and it was getting bearable now.
But the need for speed was still in my head. I dreamt that the driver was fast asleep and we were heading to China in 3 days and not 7.
Every bump was echoed through to the bed and down the ...
China: Day 2
I signed up for the Beijing field program through SAS with a bunch of friends so they could take care of booking flights, transportation, and hotels. Which was super nice after sending most of the time in Japan lost! Lol. We all have to meet in the Union of the ship at 8:00 to leave to the airport. There was about 100 of us! Which apparently was one of the largest field programs SAS has ever held! We divided into buses about 30 students to each ...
... the tourist sites of Beijing.
Our guide Kevin brought us on foot through the city to a small, out of the way restaurant.
Birdcages hung from the ceiling, surrounding an open-air courtyard. Thankfully, Kevin took us into a dining area that was off to the side, enclosed, and more importantly, air-conditioned. The heat is a thick thing. It was here that we had our first encounter with Peking Duck, the skin of which ...
... because watching Judy interact with her grandparents reminded me of being a little kid back with my parents and grandparents. Judy had made "juice" from squeezing clementines and mixing that juice with water, and she kept trying to convince her grandma that the juice was real juice and had an amazing taste. After lunch Judy went to take a nap and I talked with the grandparents. We talked about a variety of topics, everything from how ...