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... I also began to wonder if I would even be able to find my way back to the hotel. I decided to just go back to the original restaurant. When I got there it was even busier and I didn’t see the woman who waited on me the other day. I just wasn’t up for the struggle of trying to order food. I passed by and walked into a convenience store next door where I bought a Snickers bar. I munched on that as I walked back to my hotel feeling once again defeated by the ...
... Emi screamed, "Is that Valentina?"
I looked up and it was Valentina. We screamed her name. Valentina walked over to our table and said hi. She was there with her French man.
I walked with Valentina to meet her boyfriend He was very charming.
Then I returned to my table. Hours later, Emi, Natasha, and I left to go to Cold Stone. I did not get anything. So wanted ice-cream.
We took a taxi back to campus.
... language books. We poked our noses into a few other shops but by 3-30pm we were starting to tire. Neither of us has done this much walking lately so 4 hours worth was rather a shock to the system. We decided to return to the hotel as it was also starting to become very cold though at least most of the smog had dissipated.
We did enjoy the day, seeing the Olympic Stadium and the heart of the shopping area but hope that it won't be too smoggy tomorrow!
... a true star on the first song.
It was all easy after that. We picked a wide variety of Chinese and American pop, ranging from Madonna to ABBA. I first sang Taylor Swift's "You Belong with Me," which was mediocre at best, before trying out "Skyfall" by Adele. It was really fun and I was suddenly super comfortable with the whole concept. My next songs included "All I Want for Christmas is You" by Mariah Carey and "Troublemaker" by Olly Murs. The others picked a bunch of Chinese ...
... I know a lot of people in Germany that would kill to spend one day here (right Jeyro) but for me and my very little bag space, it was more about how I would negotiate a price for some silly t-shirt. When the woman started out with a price of 100€ for a shirt, I almost fell backwards and actually countered with an offer way too high at 7€. Since her next offers dwindled too quickly to 8, I decided the shirt was probably not even worth half and left ...