Hepingli Hotel (Xinghua Road)
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... position. Very busy! On arrival we were greeted with a fabulous view of the wall stretching off in a roughly east-west direction. This section is older than Badaling and is very steep in sections. Sonja walked along a couple of sections before deciding her knees had had enough and found a spot to sit in the shade and watch/converse with passers-by. David, Greg and Joseph continued along for quite a distance more before Greg decided he also needed a ...
... but I can already see that there is a similar pattern to the meals we will eat. We sit at tables of 8, and there is usually soup (which sometimes comes before the rice, but sometimes not till you have your small bowl filled with rice), and then a huge array of dishes on a lazy susan that you serve yourself little mouthfuls (the plates are small - bread and butter size). This first meal we had Pork and onions with green peppers, a cauliflower dish, ...
... out in Emi's room every time I am in the dorm.
She invited me to eat noodles with her for lunch. We quickly left for the cafeteria. That was my first there this semester. We ordered noodles on the first floor. The noodles were cheap and good.
As we were eating, Emi could not finish her bowl. She gave me her noodles. I am basically her trash can.
For the rest of the afternoon, I read a chapter for school. Then ...
... growing all over the wall, not to mention we were surrounded by beautiful mountains and we were all alone. We eventually came to a portion of the wall where it looked like we could climb down and catch a taxi back to town, but there was another obstacle. A man had built a later to climb down and wanted us to pay him some unknown amount to pass through. After arguing with him for a few minutes the ...
... It is not considered rude to make a loud, revolting noise and then proceed to dispose of it in public. Even while talking to someone mid-sentence. You cannot walk more than 2 metres without seeing a large blob of saliva just chilling on the pavement.
The Temple of Heaven is one of China's biggest temple complexes and it's where the emperor would have made sacrifices and prayed to heaven and his ancestors. luckily it's easily found on the subway system; so we ...