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One last night in Beijing before heading off to the Eternal City. Stayed at the Holiday Inn Lido close to the airport to avoid a long trip back in the morning. A bit out of the way from anything but still packed with yanks (who probably chose it for its familiar name - how unadventurous). Had a great last night meal and spent our remaining yuan on big jugs of beer.
3/29/2007 Beijing, Forbidden City, Summer Palace Our tour bus was at port to meet us as promised. We were 8: Dave and Kathy, Suzanne and Woody, Jeff and Nanette (all from the Seattle area), and us. Our tour guide was Alan. He gave us a booklet from his tour company, Oriental Pearl, which was subcontracted to our tour company, Beijing Services. The …
... tour ($95) to visit the Summer Palace, hutongs and Wangfu streets. The 2nd group (including 6 members of our travelling family) wanted to visit the Hutongs on their own then make their was back to our hotel. The 3rd group wanted to go straight back to the hotel for relaxing massages etc. we couldn't understand what the difficulty was but it delayed us for over an hour. As the trip to the traditional medicine academy had been inserted into today's itinerary we ...
... It will be interesting to see if this changes in future years as the society continues to become more urbanised. Continuing in the forbidden city, we were amazed by the sheer grandeur of the buildings and scale of the city as we continued to move from one square to another. We also became objects of some interest to some of the Chinese tourists and starred in quite a few holiday photos. After the forbidden city is was on to the Hutong for ...
... to my friend Evans dad office and met an interesting student in the elevator. I went home and finished all my hw for the weekend. I then skyped my mom!! Saturday was very , very interesting. I met up with my friends at school and we headed to my friend Evan's house. Evan's family lives in a five story home, while all the rest of our families live in pretty small apartments. At Evans, we watched Memoirs of a Geisha in his in-home theatre. We also had a lunch of barbeque and spaghetti. ...
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