Hotel G Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dish. The man is a garbage disposel. I am not. I am trying things but not many things get tried twice. After lunch we took about a 45 minute walk through the sacred gardens. This was peaceful and at times a bit humorous with all of us taking pictures in front of the marble "guardians" ~ carved animals that protect the gardens and the former emperors. We then went to the Ming Tombs. This was an interesting site but to put it very ...
With St. John Barter-Waters
Today we started with breakfast at the hotels restaurant I had fried eggs with many different Chinese foods including pork buns
We then set off through the twisting, crowded, cramped and labyrinthine alleys of Beijing to find our way to the forbidden city. We arrived at the west gate ...
Finally! A working laptop that Jade, my roommate, is letting me borrow. I'm at the point in the trip where I can't believe it's already been a week but at the same time we've done soooo much stuff and we have 17 days yet to go! Each day we've gone to at least two places, each amazing in their own way. Just a blurb of each place to catch you up on the week:
Day 5 we started at the Temple of Heaven. I'm so happy we have Wei here because he's basically our tour guide. ...
... I did have a hard time lugging three 2L bottles of water uphill with me, so I got rid of 1 (actually, I unloaded it on YanChi). The hard part was really just not knowing if we were on the right path, because the path forked so many times, and we just went with the compass and hoped for the best. We also had no idea how far away the wall was from us, so we started scouting out potential camp spots in the ...
... however, is a slightly upscale Chinese area, with endless restaurants, cafes, businesses and apartment complexes. Mainly it feels more Chinese than Wudaokou or the Beida apartments, simply because I have seen fewer foreigners there.
The first noticeable thing about the Chaoshifa was the array of vegetables: huge leeks, endless bags of green everything and products both fresh and wrapped in plastic. After getting baskets, we mulled around, loading up with ...