Hilton Beijing Capital Airport
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... clear distinction of form or purpose – we see groups of women, some in evening dress, some in jeans and yet all of them are together and heading to the same destination.
It has been a challenge finding food, with us often walking for what feels like miles in search of something that isn’t frog oviduct with black gelatinous rice (why is only the rice the gelatinous bit? And what is oviduct?), or boiled chicken livers, or just something that ...
... been really big.... its great!!! On our final day in Beijing we left our luggage at the hostel and headed for the Summer Palace. It took about 45 minutes from Central Beijing on the subway. The grounds are huge and it could take all day to walk around, however we only had a few hours so decided to get our jog on and whipped around the major sights. The palace was beautiful and we wish we had more time to make the most of it. That's it for Beijing, we've ...
... boy type." I explained that my mother drilled in the importance of making sure one's area is cleaned.
Afterward, we walked back to campus. At a fruit vendor, the Filipino Stephanie and I looked though the peaches. The seller snapped at us for being "too picky." I did not care because we had the right to see what we were buying before paying. As we were about to buy some, he yelled at us to go away. What a fool he was because ...
... water rides I have ever been on! One of them was for 4 people so we had to wait for an extra person each time and you sat in a blow up square with bum holes all facing each other. Then you went down a massive slide and down a more or less vertical bit in a huge bowl where you went up and down about five times before being fired out to the end of the ride all giggling and screaming the entire way. The other one was just insane: you get into what looks like a red ...
... the lake at the Summer Palace which was our next stop.
The Summer Palace, a huge area built for the Emperor and his family, in the summer, this is where he stayed, as it is about 5 degrees cooler than the Forbidden City. The Summer Palace is much larger in terms of hectares and absolutely amazing grounds. There is a huge lake; it is very shallow, and filled with oysters, as one of the Empress, called the Dragon Lady loved pearls. There is a ...