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... needle stuck into her leg to drain it.
We set off to meet JT at the notorious Bug St for Beer and Bugs. The Beer consumption outweighed the Bug but still a good afternoon for JT's last before heading back home to the US.
Hit the Forbidden City early doors with the sizeable crowds.
The "drizzle" kicked in and having forgotten umbrellas and Bish's Tourist Hat we bought super cool plastic ponchos - we rock!
If you have a ...
... with Chinese characters, which helped to figure out what the characters were saying when they were speaking too fast.
Thursday was the big performance that me and my classmates had been preparing for weeks for. Dressed in identical BLCU T-shirts and black pants, we performed much better than we ever did in our practices. I was so nervous before going on, and was seriously doubting my decision to participate, but I am so glad I did. My ...
... cool off. It was once a grand collection of palaces and served as the summer retreat from the 15th century to 1860, when it was looted and systematically blown up by British and French soldiers. Unfortunately I have no pictures to share from this outing unless of course you would like to see my McDonalds' pictures; showings available by appointment.
Next up was the Temple of Heaven. The first thing you need to know is ...
... up onto the wall at Juyongguan or Juyong Pass.
The pass is a major thoroughfare to and from Beijing through the Jundu mountain range with fortifications dating back to 770 BC. From the year 386 to 589 this part of the wall was extended and joined to the Great Wall, and in the 14th century, during the Ming Dynasty, the emperor ordered the wall rebuilt to protect the borders from the Mongolians. It was renovated from 1992 to 2000. The ...
... the more important a buillding is. Must remember that when building our first house!
We caught the train out to the Olympic Park, our first real trip on the subway. It was a relatively straight forward trip although there were two interchanges. At a Chinese subway interchange it appears that you have to walk between subway stations underground not like the nice and easy interchanges in Singapore where minimal walking is required!
The main sights at ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking