Home Inn (Beijing Shangdi)
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... tired to go out. After some deliberation I decided to try to find some take-out, which is harder than you think at night in downtown Beijing. I ended up at a McDonald's (scandal...but desperate times call for desperate measures). So here I was ordering a special-order in English to a Chinese cashier and her manager (who seemed like she understood me) and guess what? They got it wrong. Some things cross cultural boundaries....it reminded me of home.
... Wall which is flooded with foreigners. I noticed that many students in our group also took pictures with Chinese tourists. China is so ethnically homogenous that some Chinese have still never actually interacted with a non-Chinese person. I suppose we take diversity for granted in the U.S.
I think it's odd that 20 years from now, when the Chinese tourists are flipping through their photo album, I'll randomly appear in one of the photos. Yeah, I think about stuff like that.
... and fought each other in a choreographed manner. The best was when they would do front flips, but instead of using their hands to go forward, they used their heads! The show was fairly short, maybe an hour and twenty minutes and entertaining for the most part, but we would not necessarily recommend it for everyone.
After the show, we headed back towards the station. The Temple of Heaven was supposedly across the street ...
... was going bankrupt. He lived and reigned until his 80s. His son then decide to work very, very hard because he felt that his father had been too lazy, but his stresses killed him only 10 years later. The next emperor, the 4th, wanted to balance work and relaxation so he built the Summer Palace as a place to enjoy beautiful gardens, exercise walking around the lake and get away from the Forbidden City Palace. The original Summer Palace was burned down ...
... did imitate the noises she was feeling, something like glug glug glug glug. Then she said I had a very warm/hot/sweaty body. Well, there was nothing I could do about that either. I was wearing heavy jean capris and we had been walking around all day. She massaged my legs and then asked me to turn over. For this I had to take off my top as she began rubbing my back. It felt very good, but then she picked up the skin of my back, like a cat, ...