Holiday Inn Beijing Deshengmen
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... hawking mostly kites (how do they make money with that competition?) - we really liked it. It was a large walking boulevard with music and people gathering. The Birds Nest (stadium) and Water Cube (swimming stadium) were really cool.
I wasn't going to buy one of those darned kites and I said Boo Yao ("I don't want it!") at least 25 times - not joking. But as we waited with our guide Winston with ...
... so they can annoy us with their products. We pushed them and kept moving forward.
Once we were near the subway, Bethany went off to Wang Fujing.
After Katherine and I were back around campus, we went to 7-eleven to get drinks. Then, she took me to the sushi place outside of west gate. It was affordable and nice.
We then walked back on campus and shopped at the Stadium Store for a bit. Then we returned to the dorm. I ...
... it in our itinerary. The performance was incredible. We were all so impressed by the way they can push the human body to the limit. There was one act that involved 10-12 girls all balancing and riding on one bike, one act where a man stacked a 10 chair tower and balanced on one hand at the top, one with flips and tumbling through hoops, and much more! It was a really neat experience! Very unlike the shows I am used to going to back home.
... at one of the rooftop bars who were doing an exchange year in Beijing from the States. They work in Aldemans (?) PR firm and they might just get an email from me inquiring about open job positions.
Revert to five year old boy maturity levels. The toilet has a porcelain plate resting about an inch above the water line in the toilet. Dotted with a few small holes to let the liquids pass, it sits flush against the bowl of the toilet. I ...
... This is where the emperor came every spring to pray for a good harvest. Not much to report here, except I saw a little more than I did last time. I'm intentionally taking fewer pictures this time to encourage myself to experience things more directly, but I do have my iPhone with me as a dictionary and camera.
Then it was lunch. Oh lunch! Traditional everyday Beijing fare. Not very spicy, soft meat, relatively salty. Delicious. Had authentic ...