Holiday Inn Beijing Deshengmen
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... picked me up and spun me around, a little kid started bawling in the background- The one armed push-ups were during when we were practicing the dance...we got distracted
- The man at the end was our first professor of the program, he's a boss...I'll leave it at that
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Peace and 小苹果,
... teacher and release them! The girls found this "hilarious", and for Zara? Well, apart from blushing at the question over her authority, soon took it in her stride as a compliment of her appearance of eternal youth :)
By all accounts it was a successful weekend for all the girls. Deepening their understanding and enriching their knowledge even further of the Chinese culture. Congratulations girls on a memorable and magical weekend had by all!
... push his creative expressions into different directions. His style is so unique and how he expresses himself is different from others. So wish I was there last night to meet him.
After class, I went to the Muslim restaurant outside of east gate with Bethany. Then, I walked to my favorite bubble tea place as my food was being made. The worker got me confused about my stamp card until Shari came behind me and hugged me. ...
... tomb of Chairman Mao. We did not go into the Mausoleum, only saw the outside of many of the building and gained some history. From there we moved onto the Forbidden City, the largest and most intact conglomeration of ancient structures of the imperial palace. This was the palace for 24 Ming and Quing Dynasty emperors who ruled China for over 500 years. It was beautiful. We then moved on to The Temple of Heaven where the emperors used to pray ...
... leave. What was most surprising was all the steps. I had pictured the great walls up and down more like ramps, but it consisted almost entirely of steep steps, so it was more like climbing not walking. I was greatful for the workout but I could see why it wasn't wheelchair or stroller friendly. There were a few other surprises as well.
You can purchase a pack of oreos, a snickers bar or a coffee or beer ON the wall itself. There are vendors about every 70 m ...