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Weather as expected today, freezing, but this was first day we have seen the sun and a sort of blue sky...now I know why our foreign tourists marvel at our weather and clear skies. Discovered a lot about China's beautiful Jade today, and saw some exquisite pieces, that I resisted. Went for a walk through the Birds Nest. And Water Cube at the Olympic Village....the Chinese certainly know how to build big structures, these too were quite impressive. All these ...
... from one machine to another, everyone seemed to have a (different) theory of what to do next. When we finally got through we looked at each other, burst out laughing and asked, "What the heck just happened?"
First stop was the National Museum at Tiananmen Square, which is ringed with boulevards. We came out the wrong subway exit and landed in a "security line" with hundreds of people in it. Pretty sure we weren't suppose to be in it but there was no ...
... China. Afterwards I was disappointed in myself for not negotiating, even in a reputable jewelry store. Once lunch was competed we made the additional hour drive to the Mutianyu entrance of the Great Wall. This entrance is considered the very end of the wall, and attracts visitors because of the many towers, trees and other beautiful features. Our group lucked out today and we were treated to a nearly empty wall, when it can typically be completed crowded with people. To make ...
... this morning to clear skies, no smog. We could see the mountains again from our hotel room. My dad and I are going home this afternoon, so we packed this morning. My mom doesn’t come home until Saturday. We are going to walk around the city until we need to go to the airport this afternoon. I am going to miss Beijing. My favorite thing was the Great Wall. I may never visit Beijing again, but glad I had the chance to see China and all its culture.
... place, compete with the airline industry, and a host of other benefits. Anyway, back to reality...
The trip itself was a majestic journey through the Chinese countryside at 3.1 miles per minute. What I saw were vast stretches of farmland punctuated by small villages every few miles. As I was unable to get a ticket for the earlier train, my route had a few more stops allowing me to see some additional ...