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... across the city and the subway ride back was almost an hour and 3 different lines. The girls have become used to the crazy metro and all the pushing and shoving. What made it worse for me was fighting a cold and walking around sure did not help. I paid for it the following day - fever, chills, a 2 hour nap and I didn't even want a doughnut. You know that means I was really sick. ...
Tovah and I talked about history and philosophy as we walked around. The buildings were very pretty had a subtle architecture and design. One part of the complex is the Echo Wall, where you can stand in a certain part in the middle of a circular wall and make your voice echo. We tried to find this spot were unfortunately unsuccessful. We blame all the tourists that were there. I enjoyed walking through the imperial park and seeing the rose garden.
... Lanz. We talked for a bit.
Later, the Chinese roommate Stephanie appeared and I thanked her so much for talking to the driver.
For dinner, I went out with Rae, Lindsay, and Lindsay's Chinese roommate to a hot pot place outside of east gate. It was all you can eat and unlimited refills for drinks. It was so good for the deal.
After dinner, Rae and I saw a vendor selling cleaning item for screen. Rae said that it was a good product and it only costed five ...
... I would be in Beijing for a week. This was so Joseph can study Mandarin at a local school. Whilst he was busy studying, Jason and I would spend our time planning the rest of our Chinese trip, taking in some sights and do a little shopping. Our first day we got a little sidetracked and had an amazing foot massage followed by a Chinese massage for two hours. We did manage to check out the forbidden city and Tiananmen square afterwards. We spent the evening in ...
... which would be served in a bamboo).
Afternoon was a visit to Peking University of which I was a summer student some years ago. We walked around the campus and chatted with my old colleagues and boss. Dinner was at a SiChuan style restaurant near the university. That didn't look particularly impressive. We had Peking duck, spicy broiled fish, rice dough soup and kungpo chicken which are all amazing.