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... tortilla shell. Copying her example we all made a Peking Duck wrap and took a bite. I've never been one to really like duck, but the Peking Duck was cooked very nicely and it was tasty. Everything Fabio ordered was delicious, and our plates were clear before long. I'm happy I can say I've ate Peking Duck in Beijing at the most famous restaurant for it, but even though this sounds pretentious, as it was delicious and the atmosphere of the restaurant was amazing, however it was not ...
... the toilets, except that they were once again squat toilets, which many of our group really didn't want to use. We slowly made our way back to our hotel, nearly getting lost on the way but not doing too badly. As we crossed the road at one intersection, a mad driver basically tried to push through us, so clearly pedestrians on a green light don't have right of way. The lake that we passed yesterday in the centre of the campus is starting to freeze at the edges. ...
... an old man when it comes to night life. I will never be one of those cool kids because I am so lazy and I just am not cool.
I walked back to the dorm with Emi. It was hard to walk fast in the cold. My body was not feeling it.
When I entered my room, Mike told me that Terry Lu dropped off some Peking duck for me! I could not believe that he did that. That was so sweet of Terry to do. I was always telling Terry that I wanted to eat Peking duck.
... were frequent. I wish that there would have been model rooms, with similar furniture as what would have been there in the dynastic period, but instead the palaces were turned into museums with glass boxes filled with beautiful gems and artwork. Overall, I enjoyed walking around the imperial palaces and imagining life as a member of the Ming dynasty. I bought two nice postcards in the gift shop.
... Zhongshan Park, north of the Forbidden City). Aside from our first day, the air has been surprisingly clear with sunny and blue skies.
Beijing is a city of stark contrasts. Opulent hotels sit next to "hutongs" (narrow alleys of modest homes). Fancy cars (Bentley, Ferrari, and Maserati) share the road with bicycles and mopeds, many very old but still manage to operate perfectly. In one of the most modern cities in the world, manual labor (street ...