Days Inn Joiest Beijing
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... respect to social security and veterans benefits, same-sex married couples who live in states where same-sex marriage is recognized are eligible for full benefits from the Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Social Security Administration (SSA). The VA and SSA can provide only limited benefits to married same-sex couples living in states where same-sex marriage isn't legal, with Congress required to amend federal law to rectify that inequity.
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... Noel has tried to sleep but it is very noisy on the train. Just looking out the window and it is so hard to see anything as the pollution is so bad. It's shocking to see it. Makes me think it is so sad to think we are destroying the country and probably ourselves when breathing in this **** all to make money and for people to become wealthy. Jolly and his wife do not play outside sports because of the pollution which is so terrible. Jolly ...
Today we finally had the opportunity to have some time to ourselves. We teamed up with Tanya and Carol, two nurses from Mt Gambia and caught a cab to the Hutong. The Hutong was a delightful mix of old world Charm and rich culture. Having absolutely no idea where to go, we set off down the narrow alleyways. Each doorway and alleyway provided a glimpse into the lives of the local people, some stuffed with bikes and other possessions and other meticulously decorated with ...
... has emptied out & is eerily quiet, shops and restaurants are actually closed, not all, but this is something we’ve never seen since being here. There is an air of excitement even though it’s quiet, with people buying fireworks from the pop up shops here, a few fireworks & firecrackers already being let of, big queues in the shops that are open, as they will shut earlier than normal.
It’s the Spring Festival, the biggest & ...
... I've also seen lots of cool sights. The first day I went to the Forbidden city with a couple of people from the hostel. We got a tourguide to explain to us what all the buildings were. She was pretty good at english, but she didn't understand our questions. We guessed she just memorized the whole story. The buildings were really pretty, but all looked very similar. The same thing for every other building that served as a temple/house/palace for the emperor. After that ...