Beijing Dadi Garden Hotel
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... The Little Sisters talked of their various trips together across Europe, Asia, and the trials and tribulations along the way. They enjoy each others company and want to share the experiences of the world together, reminding me of sister trips Amanda and I have gone on. Karen told me of her father, who once her mother passed away, was “bit by the travel bug,” and before passing away himself, instilled the importance of seeing the world to Karen and ...
... have been another holiday today as the streets were full of young people enjoying themselves. We strolled down a very busy shopping street on the way to the park where we had a very nice lunch. At that point we had just about walked ourselves out so we headed back to the hotel to put our feet up and get ready for tomorrow's departure to ...
As typical, I got breakfast before going to Chinese class. Today, I was struggling with understanding my professor. She asked me a question. After I answered, she gave a confused face. I had no idea what was wrong.
My professor asked other to translate what she saying to me. Jean and Natasha explained that she asked me what city I wanted to see or where I had been to. Then, my professor said that I needed to work on my listening skills.
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... but we have walked around Zhongshan Park which is just south of The Forbidden City. I never thought I would stand on The Great Wall of China. On Monday we went on a tour to the Mutianyu section which is about 90 km from Beijing. We went up on a cable car to the wall, and then had about an hour or so to walk and climb the numerous steps. It was an impressive sight to see the wall extend as far as the eye could ...
... leave early saying goodbye to all the amazing people we met during the Trans-Siberian journey because our journey now headed south the Xi'an. I think during our time on the tour we had gotten on well with all other people in our group and hope to meet up with and see some of them again. Beijing was now over and its time to plan the rest of our travels ourselves having no honchos to arrange activities or order our food. The **** just got real, so bring it on!