Beijing Golden Sun Commercial Hotel
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... so funny. We ended up getting our pictures taken with them, and they passed out the daily Disney pin for being Great Wall warriors (we get a pin each day to commemorate our excursion; they are made specially for the Enchanted China trip).
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... manic....people have no care for personal space, they queue jump and do whatever they can do to get to the front as soon as possible!
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... tongues and innards. There were statues of people murdering babies, and others of men evading taxes. The variety was overwhelming.
After we left the temple, we stopped at a bakery to grab some lunch. The bakery was a blast from the past. Paris Baguette, popular in Seoul, South Korea when i was there. They even had the curried chicken pastries I fell in love with. Thus armed with pastries, we headed to the Summer Palace. The Summer Palace ...
... I can't sing at all! But she insisted! So, feeling flustered and panicked I gave a stunning performance of 'Jeruselum'. Why Jeruselum? Nice and traditionally English and hymns are always easier to sing - oh dear, very strange spur of the moment decision. Super awful but she loved it.
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