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... Jason Yin. He said he is "real Chinese" - born and raised in Beijing - but he uses Jason for us. There were 17 people on our plane on this tour. Another 11 were to arrive from New York later in the night - 28 people total in our tour group. We were debriefed and then took the tour bus to our hotel. The ride from the airport to the hotel was interesting and beautiful. I will remark more about Beijing tomorrow. So far, so good! I am all smiles. ...
... I thought your name was Fred." She quickly replied with "It's nice to meet you, too, Tom!" We all chuckled. I think I'm going to like this guide. On the bus, she talked about how foreign it is for an older Chinese person to see a countryman speaking English. They find it fascinating and are curious as to whether or not the American people, or 'westerners' can understand them.
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... 8220;tsieh-tsiehs” (thank you in Mandarin) were acceptable.
Oh, yes. Despite the combined best efforts of the “council” we were unable to get our iPhones to link with their WiFi.
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... eve feast. We had two different kinds of mashed potatoes, two salads, bread, home made garlic butter, stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy, pasta and wine. Finished it all off with belgian chocolates thanks to Else's family who sent a package from home and other traditional European goodies.
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PS I was not able to upload any photos from my camera, so all I have to show here are photos taken from my iphone. I apologize.