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... the city are Chinese tourists on tour groups which don't need to line up for tickets. What did take a while is after we got the tickets we needed to pass another security check point which took a bit of time to get through.
If you've been here before you know how massive of a site this is to visit and it is impossible to see it all in one visit. Since Bruce and I had both been here I told my brother to decide on where he wanted to ...
Due to the extremely warm weather scheduled for today ( of 106 degrees), Wei is letting us do our activities in the afternoon instead of the morning today. To begin with, Dana and I went to the pancake place on campus and tried a new ham and cheese sandwich that ended up being pretty good. After, we walked around campus for as long as we could stand the heat and completed some sketches. Around 3:30pm we met the group in the lobby and traveled to ...
... to Beijing. For a minute there we thought we'd have a couple of extra hours sleep.
Arrival in Beijing was calm and orderly. We zipped through customs and our driver was waiting with a broad smile... And, of course, no English. I had already been told to expect that a lot so were doing a lot of smiling and nodding.
We got to the hotel around 1130. I've got a lovely suite on the club floor - very ...
... the 'she’ll accept the price I offered if I walk away slowly’ manner (she didn’t), even with his self-esteem damaged, he shamelessly returned to the same tea shop and tried again. That, my friends, is the art of haggling. (If you’re wondering, Craig did indeed walk away with said jasmine tea).
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Things are going per usual in the capital city of Beijing. The time surrounding Chunjie, or Spring Festival, was an overwhelming amount of vacation plans, class work, friends, and studying. Three weekends ago marked the end of Spring Festival with two lantern festivals in Beijing (and many more throughout the rest of China), and now things are back to normal.
The weather in Beijing has been getting increasingly warmer since our return from Nanjing. My friends and I joked ...