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Welcome to Beijing! Made it through customs. Met our Ahi travel guide and boarded a bus to our hotel. Even Beijing has rush hour traffic. At 3:30 the roadway was packed with cars (BMW, Mercedes, Lexus popular here). The Four Seasons Hotel is really lovely. Room is extremely comfortable with many amenities. Going to 7:00pm reception event in the Qing I room. I'm loving it! Tomorrow. 8:09am off to Tiananmen ...
... in a bit and we had cereal for breakfast when she got up. Neither of us was ready to try eggs since Egggate a few days ago. Once I got her packed off to work I got all the laundry started and sat down at the computer and started writing.
I finished the blog and headed up to the gym. I did an hour on the treadmill while watching "My Dog Skip" on HBO. That was a terrible idea by the way. It was all I could do to keep from crying while doing ...
After Hong Kong we flew back to Shanghai for two nights before we continued on to Israel. We landed at Pudong airport at about 16.30 and after various taxi driver's tried to rip us off to go back in to the city (we learned from our mistakes last time!) we decided to be economical and take the subway, how hard can it be right?!? It took us three hours!!!! Usually airport subways tend not to have that many stops (like on or two maybe) but this one was built like a normal subway so we had to go ...
... online shoot-em up game. I would have loved to take a photo but it somehow didn't seem appropriate.
I couldn't download Skype on the computer that I was shown to, and when I plugged the ethernet cable into my laptop I discovered that the connection was too slow to use Skype - no doubt because of all of the bandwidth being taken up by Call of Duty Black Ops or whatever it was.
I tried to explain this to the still ...
... the Bullet train to Shanghai. About 3 hours later we were in Yichang and bouncing through the traffic towards the train station. Thanks to Dario's Chinese speaking abilities we got a good deal on a taxi. Not that it was all completely relaxing - we all needed to get to the station very quickly to buy our tickets and seats on trains were not guaranteed. The only thing that was guaranteed were the ...