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On Saturday morning my flight touched town in the Beijing airport at 11:45am and it took less than five minutes to go through immigration! I couldn’t believe it! As soon as I made it to the hotel I called my parents to let them know I was still alive before settling in and trying to get some rest. I couldn’t quite fall asleep, so I decided to watch Monster’s University on TV instead. While I was hanging ...
... to go in but it was so worth it!! Allie and Tori had their picture taken with the Chinese team jackets on holding the torch. They even had segways you could ride around the track but we didn't do that one. Then we all went up to the 5th floor where they had memorabilia from the opening ceremony.It was awesome!!! The kids then climbed to the top row to see how it would be to watch from the top. The guide asked again why we wanted to see this. ...
... distance, getting smaller. Let him run, I thought to myself as I struggled to breathe. I'll save up my energy and catch him in the end.
That was before I saw what was coming next: the steep road soon turned into an even steeper set of giant winding concrete stairs, hemmed in on both sides by the trees and bushes of the countryside. I was breathing even more heavily now, each step seemed a mountain of itself. I kicked myself for jogging too fast too ...
... and about 60p for lunch!) so again Mike was in heaven. Paying 50p for 660mL of beer didn't hurt either. Oh and the Chinese don't really do draft beer. The draft beer selection on a menu refers to the list of bottles called ‘draft beer’.
The food in general was amazing but completely different to anything we had ever eaten before. Almost all Chinese food in Chinatowns around the world originates from Canton which bore no resemblance to all these goodies from ...
... exhibits. It doesn't look like most of the exhibits have been renovated for about 10 years or more and there are were a bunch of enclosures that were empty and in disrepair. I felt sorry for some of the animals I saw because their enclosures were just awful compared some of the ones I've seen back home. Not only that, but some of the animals didn't look like they were particularly well cared for. Mix those two together and it's a recipe for me to become upset very quickly. Mix ...