Hilton Beijing Capital Airport
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After a lovely sleep (which was too short again) I went to the Forbidden city and Tian 'anmen Square - very smoggy day and I even had to wear my mask.
I had a rare chance to chill out in the afternoon and prepared for my trip to Taiwan the next morning. My trip to the airport went smoothly and all potential issues with getting through passport control and being met at the right airport worked out and all was ...
... I needed Beijing to help me to breathe again (not physically I mean).
Beijing quickly helped me to live again. There were so many things to do in the city. I blogged all about my adventure, so my family would not be worried about how I was.
There were moments that made me analyzed my life. I questioned why the hell I chose to major in history, which is useless when it comes to job hunting. My mind wondered why I did not choose to ...
... man-made lake. It is said to look like an egg floating on water. The center houses 3 halls; opera, music & theater, inside the build it is absolute gorgeous.
From the Performing Arts Center it was a short walk to Tianjin Square, the largest square in the world. There we saw:
... even though they didn't have much, to be with us.
Our Chinese students have grown to be actual brothers and sisters to us.
I told Alice that I've always wanted a big sister, and now I have her and she's the best big sister for me, even though she's only one month older.
Our Chinese Moms and Dads went from being almost complete strangers 7 weeks ago, to parents we love and who love us.
As hard as that goodbye was, I'm ...
Opting to hike up to the wall by foot, Tony and I took the fun option back down by way of a Toboggan while the girls took the more sedate cable chair option. Hunger pangs then prompted our stop at a little outdoor restaurant en route back to Beijing - our first taste to come of proper Chinese food. A pond filled with what at first appeared to be very large gold fish, was obviously not there for decorative ...