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Travel Blogs from Beijing
I was extremely upset because my Lonely Planet guidebook did not mention this in the eight pages devoted to the top sight (whereas other locations such as the National Museum of China are clearly marked in the book “Closed Mondays). I expected the Forbidden City to be open today and it was devastating to find this not to be true. Today is my only day for Beijing sightseeing as I fly to Myanmar early tomorrow morning. This is a major disappointment. (A ...
... of ladies who had just travelled from London over 3 days on trains. And were about to spend another 7 on one. Madness crossed my mind. But who were we to speak. We are about to encounter the same and also with another few months ahead on trains and buses whilst we continue our tour around the world.
Platform 9 and ¾. Well it felt like that. I had a little s****** as that’s what I am reading at ...
... and some won't come over at all which is being addressed. There is still one girl who has barely said anything to me yet! After that, snack & water time before going outside to play (weather / smog permitting, today it was too windy, not quite sure how that affects things but hey...!). We have more exercises to music, then half an hour play time, some days they just play on the playground stuff, alternate days there is a themed activity. I lead it one week, then the Chinese ...
... do as the chinese and sleep on it!!
Room sorted , luggage stored, the remainder of the day is a free day for resting/sleeping or joining an optional welcome tour. Taking advantage of the "free day" option it's out the door for some self exploration.. Subway map in hand, city attractions (not on our itinerary list) and it's farewell new family..see you at dinner tonight!!
The Beijing subway is a simplistic one to follow and use.. 2 yuan (approx 35c) ...
... way over to the Charlie Brown coffee shop just a few blocks away right next to the mall we'd visited earlier that weekend. I ordered a large coffee (although "large" means different things in the States than it does in China. My cup would've been hardly a medium back home. Still not sure whether we're the crazy ones or not for that), and we sat outside, basking in the sun. A light rain the night before had cleared away the smog, and for the first time since we'd been in China ...
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