Free Town Apartment Hotel of Beijing
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Today was supposed to be a partially free day but we all opted to do a wholly escorted tour day and have a completely free last day tomorrow. Our lovely tour guide Ken,built another lovely day fully action packed. The Beijing Olympic village was not on the itinerary but he made it happen for us just another amazing experience to add to the list! What a wonderful ...
... meet Natasha to take a cab to Sanlitun. We decided to eat burgers at Let's Burger. So grateful to her for introducing it to me.
The French fries were so good! My Greek burger tasted yummy! So relieved to not eat Chinese food for once. My brain went off thinking about my mom's Vietnamese cooking. No matter where I am, my mom's cooking is always the first thing I miss about home.
I was so happy that Natasha took ...
... peaceful and calm.
Heading up north along the moat, I came up to the northernmost perimeter wall of the Forbidden City and got a nice shot of the Northwestern Turret, similar to the shot from the Lonely Planet Guide
Just across the street north of the Forbidden City, get lost inside ...
... 00. Dinner is so early here; they only serve from 5:00 to 6:00. Scott, whom I met earlier, saw me and joined us. They kicked us out at 6:00.
He took us over to an underground grocery store, near the little one I had gone to before. At 8:00 he's going to show us the mall...and STARBUCKS!! :)
The meals at the cafeteria range in price from 6.50 to 11.00 RMB, at least so far. My card already had ...
... were comprehensive enough. They keep my records and will look through them before they give me the all-clear and a certificate to take to the police station to take the next step in extending my visa. Most people had to have blood tests, if they had not been tested for certain diseases back home, or have an x-ray or an entire physical. I was quite lucky, as I didn't have to see a single doctor.
With that whole process ...