Hilton Beijing Capital Airport
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... and along with one familiar person, move your entire life to a place where not only does anyone speak your language fluently, but where everyone is cast from the same mold, and you are noticeably different from the millions of people around you. Imagine living that way for a year. I had just adjusted to this reality, and all of a sudden I was back in a place with other foreigners. It overwhelmed me.
Eventually, I pulled myself together. ...
... to temple. I did do a quick prayer before leaving with Monica.
We saw a public art work of a hamster wheel. Monica told me to climbed on it. I did not go on top because I was too afraid. When Monica got on top of it, some little girl smiled and wanted to go climbed it too. Way to go to Monica for being a role model to girls to be strong and not be afraid.
Monica and I took a side path to get down from the hill. It was stunning when climbing down.
... for the Olympics. Such a mixture can be seen throughout Beijing, usually blending quite effectively. An eye-opening 3 days – a very modern city, brimming with thousands of years of history. An ancient civilisation with contemporary citizens thirsty keen to move on, yet reverent to what is past! What a melting pot!
Today was to be a slow day but it turned out to be one of discovering the variety of shopping districts in Beijing.
I met my new American friends Judy and Austin at Starbucks with the intent of visiting the Drum and Bell Tower and then exploring the local hutongs. We walked to the Drum Tower and purchased our tickets and then walked across the square to the Bell Tower to walk up what would turn out to be several ...
... Only the emperor could stay there, all other government officials had to leave at night. It was quite the place! Alan reported the public toilets are in the lower circles of Dante's inferno - avoid if possible. Those toilets were 4 star rated by the Chinese tourism bureau - I think it's a different starring system than AAA has. Communism may not be doing well, inside the emperor's bedroom employees are trying HARD to ...