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... s phrase ‘the smell offended my nostrils’.
We finally arrived at our hotel and its just right for what we need, close to Wangfujing (known for it’s open street food) and Tiananmen Square.
We decided to go for a walk and come back before it gets dark, as we are both extremely shattered…. so this was a good option.
We took a walk up to Wangfujing market place and I instantly said we should walk down the street ...
... 160;one section, which we definitely avoided. The views were indescribable. The wall could be seen flowing into the distance over the mountain tops. The inclines were to get worse as we looked up to see the walk we had ahead of us, but it was all part of the experience. Rose and I even attempted to go up on our hands where it was that steep at certain points. Who would honestly want to invade China if you had to pass this wall? Getting down again was easy as Rose, Rach ...
... I went to the basement lounge to do my paper. Virginia was there studying for her midterm. For an hour, I got some things done.
Then, I decided to go check out the fashion school for a bit. It was so sunny today. No way did I want to be stuck inside today.
So, I decided to wear basketball shorts, sneakers, and my light jacket. Not fashionable, but whatever. When I stepped on the campus of the ...
... it. Jeremy only knew about the lock with our names. Once we got to the top, I switched the lock, and then handed it to Jeremy for us to lock onto the wall. I mentioned that the lock looked different, and he glanced at it and handed it back to me. I had to tell him to read it again. When he processed what it said, he started to freak out a little. He said yes! Even though we won't do anything about it any ...
The next morning we got up late and go to a café on our street for breakfast. We had explored it earlier in the week and were surprised to find tons of pastries, cakes, and bread items for sale along with some hot drinks. However, it wasn't quite the Starbucks we were expecting. Upon closer inspection the pastries and breads looked like really weird versions of the ones we get at home. Still, we were pumped to try the Chinese take on a French bakery. So we ...