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... more today than we have on other days.
The Imperial Garden was both Natalie and my favourite part of the Forbidden City. While the rest of the palace is overwhelming with its size, the garden feels more intimate, and tranquil (even though it was overflowing with tourists).
After exiting, we walked right around to the front of the Forbidden City again to reach the subway line we needed to get on. That walk was almost as long ...
... names. The shoe was on the other foot this time. The staff at the hotel have very little English so ordering drinks and food has been fun but the staff try very hard to please you. I am still working out how to get across, 'It's okay, never mind,' as they keep trying to help long after it is obvious that they have no idea what we want. The hotel is very luxurious, so I am very happy.
... and that Lenovo was a branch of IBM. I also found out that she has a fourteen-year-old daughter who is living in Plantation Florida. They decided last year that she should be educated in American schools to give her a better future. She is currently living with a host family all on her own, and I thought I was gutsy. She intends to remain in the United States until she has completed college before returning to China. That would mean eight years of ...
... videos. Very cool.
I finally looked though the window and saw so much smog. So afraid for my lungs. Worried about breathing the smog in.
Natasha, Emi, and I took a taxi to Sanlitun. So much traffic! We were stuck half the time. The ride was longer than normal.
We were so happy to arrive in Sanlitun. The Bookworm was not pack today. Not so many people like last time.
We sat down and ordered food. I ordered tea ...
... our list was closed. Instead, we finagled with the taxis to take us to Bi Yun Temple. This one was even more out of the way than the last. The taxis dropped us off at another residential area, so we had to walk through the streets until we made it up to the temple entrance.
I really liked this temple. Much of it was repainted or redone to resemble what it originally looked like, but I didn't mind. We explored many more buildings here, as you can see. ...