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... hour long stroll, albeit a trek that probably caused more harm than good to our lungs. As if more proof yet were needed as to how miniature a hamlet Beijing is, we crossed paths with California and Boston's finest, our ex-travelling companions John and Liz.
(Filed in my brain's cabinet, when one slides out the rickety A-D drawer, locates the 'B' divider, and rifles through the mildewed documents as far as Beijing*, had been a stereotyped image of ...
... nature of the old city is truly breathtaking. From here We then took a bus into another part of town, a bus ticket costs 1 yuan = 10 p and will take you anywhere in the city...London take note. We had our first taste of Chinese fast food- and Safe to say we won't be returning. After lunch we visited the temple of heaven park. This beautiful garden was a welcome calm away from the bustling city streets. We noticed that the gardens were very popular with the older ...
... experience. They brought out the cold plate. This almost ruined the meal for everyone. The first thin served to us was pigs ear... Not delicious... It did not taste bad but the texture is not appetizing. The other dishes were not well received by anyone and the duck was just ok. I know Dr. Carlson and I did not leave hungry because we are adventurous but most of the rest of the group left a little hungry... Or a lot ...
... no idea what it was, what it was about or even how long we were there. For most of it, Bret and I just walked in silence reeling with anger and, at least for me, self-loathing about what just happened.
We did take a few pictures and managed to find some coffee which can always cheer me up but all in all, the Forbidden City wasn't as magical as it probably is on any other given day. So, feeling cold and utterly defeated, we decided to just head back to ...
... was where they had ping pong and fencing, I'm told) and head inside. I give my newly purchased gym card to the lady at the front desk, she hands me a locker key and a shower card.
9:19am: After changing in the locker room I'm in the gym working out. At this time of day, the place is basically mine. One of my language professors explained to me earlier that this was more a cultural phenomenon. Chinese young adults, she told me, are pushed by their parents ...