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... ran up the first set somewhat hidden to the right at the entrance. After laughing at the absurdity of two grown women racing 20-somethings upstairs to the top deck for a view, we nabbed a prime spot, and were joined by our husbands who found us shortly after. It was a beautiful trip with a cool breeze back across the river.
We returned home, and the crash came. Good night, Shanghai!
... At a steady 300 km/h, we made it in just under 5 hours. It was an incredibly smooth ride. A bit of a challenge to watch the scenery at that speed but an enjoyable ride nonetheless. Lunch was an Asian-style of TV dinners, which Malia and I both enjoyed. Del stuck with granola bars and nuts.
After getting settled in at our Beijing Hotel, we went next door to the Xiu Lan restaurant, ...
... tell you that a foreigner’s pronunciation of a street name may sound completely different to each cab driver she encounters.
That should give you enough to enter the country and arrive safely at your destination. Up next, what you need for a few days, weeks, months, and years in the city. You won’t want to leave home or settle in with a few necessary items. Frankly, I don’t know how some people have survived without them.
... like equipment in the far corner of the track and did all sort of pull-ups and push-ups until I literally could lift myself onto the parallel bar things. At this point I ran myself down a few laps on the track and ended up meeting up with Adam and Jenn at the conclusion of their workout, so, panting and sweating I took a seat next to them on the infield and we worked on abs together. I then tried to follow their routine of stretching and doing yoga, ...
... And, every shelf is PACKED with books - books ranging in size from 6” by 8” but 10” deep, to 14” by 18” and 6” deep, and they’re all just stacked and stacked – vertically, horizontally, at angles – bound by leather, wood, string, or wrapped in parchment paper – and they all have little tags hanging on the side with the title, author, content area, and publishing date (all written in Latin). 1648, 1718, ...
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