Jiangtai Yigong Hotel
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... We also learned that Beijing became the capital of China under the Mongol invasion. Now we also know that China means “Middle Kingdom” in Chinese characters. Chinese culture is full of symbolism of colors, gestures, animals, characters, numbers and many other things. Watch out!
Apart from the palaces, we have walked a lot and experienced “street" life ...
... and we talked for a bit before she went off to see Ariel.
I returned to my room to watch the Batman and eat the Japanese desserts Olivia brought for me while drinking tea.
Anthony came into the room and said that he took the day off too. He was going to be productive by reviewing Chinese, but he gave up. I was so shocked to hear that he finally chose to do nothing productive for once. Anthony clearly was slowly turning into me.
... brand that we use, is efficient and we are very happy with. I would ONLY invest that kind of money if we had asthma, lung issues, etc. But, I also probably wouldn't live here for very long if that were the case. There is very good online info regarding pollution masks, especially by a Dr. who practices here in Beijing. If you want to hear my tale of spending $300 for masks that make you feel as though you are breathing water, email me. ...
Qing Ming Jie is an official Chinese holiday in which family members travel great distances to pay respect to those who have passed. Everyone takes for work for 2 days. Prior to coming to China, I had not heard of such holiday; but upon coming, I cannot fathom how I did not now of such a widely celebrated holiday. I feel humbled by a holiday that carries so much meaning.
We left the house yesterday at 7:30 to travel less than 3 km. ...
... eggrolls, and candies.
After our "dessert run" on the snack street, we headed back to the hotel. On the way, we passed another food street and a group of people dancing on a street corner. The little old ladies all doing the same moves to music were very cute.
We had figured we could just get Jen in. The people at the desk were pretty adamant that she couldn't stay, despite having a photo ID, work permit, copy ...