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... Beijing had stricken me as. There were guards everywhere protecting the flag, something I found a bit weird if it was meant literally, shoot all that endanger this flag, but oh well.
Next, we crossed the road to the Forbidden City. We got super lucky and skipped the massive hour long queues and entered through the massive palace gates, huge and ornamental and amazing in their scale. We walked through for about an hour, admiring the ancient ...
... chess, and women dancing in unison- what a comfort, to know that public spaces like this are there for everyone.
Anyway, I found my local bank and eventually purchased a metro card, which sounds easy but in fact only random places sell them. I also indulged in some long-awaited bubble tea and walked around a nearby mall. If you were wondering, the walking cast that I'm sporting (due to stress fracture, no big deal) does indeed draw ...
... s coils would directly connect to the device��s oscillator, and this is where the production of current comes into play. Radio waves are being passed on, which actually came from the current. The moment that the system control gets to receive the said radio waves, it is then able to direct to the device what needs to be done. For people who are very interested to buy this kind of detector that comes along with a technology such as this, then, ...
... we found hundreds of food vendors lined up selling everything on a stick from snake, baby sharks, livers, kidneys, shrimp, crabs, live seahorses, scorpions, millipedes, starfish, grasshoppers, dog meat, and many more. Check out some of our pictures to really appreciate the variety. We frequently dined on street food and it was great, although we went for shrimp, crabs and spicy noodles. We generally tried to stay away from meat. ...
... females wore dresses
covered in bows and lace, I'm guessing this is based off depictions
of Betsy Ross in her elaborate dresses, except these came in bright
neon colors. The males, however, wore what appeared to be loose
interpretations of British Naval uniforms complete with fringed
shoulder pads, bandoliers, and wide frilly collars. Imagine two
people dressed like that, and standing in front of the Lincoln
Memorial. I'm glad USA was included in this simply ...