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... another student on our trip for me to watch. So I watched Freaky Friday. For dinner, a few of us walked just outside of campus and walked around to find somewhere to eat. We found a small cafe that said pizza on the door, so we walked in and ordered 3 small pizzas. We were kind of nervous as to what they were going to be like, because the waiter was asking us things and we had no idea what he was saying. The pizzas were delicious ...
... to the library to do some homework. There I ran into Alex who told me his mother actually read my blog. I did not believe him because no way somebody's mom would want to read anything I write. Plus, I highly doubt if she did see my blog that she would actually read every word or see all the pictures.
When I was done with my homework I went back to my room.
I got a message from Karena about getting dinner. Her friend from Korea was in town. Karena ...
... ve ever been – I was in super zombie mode (but still in good spirits!).
The gang met me at the top all hot and sweaty. Yes, I made the right choice.
Later, the boys decide to go further, up those numerous steps. Again, my **** sat down and I hung out with Ista while ...
... early that evening in expectation of a long day on Monday.
Forbidden City and the Lama Temple
On Monday we decided to go to the forbidden city and the Lama temple. We arrived at the Forbidden city and realized that on Monday's it is closes at noon. We had arrived at around ten in the morning so we did not have a ton of time. We spent the next two hours wandering the Forbidden City and we managed to see a large chunk of the city. ...
... city on the Dragon Line with Tienanmen Square to its south and the Round City & Yong'ansi or the the Temple of Eternal piece, the White Dagoba, the Drum Tower/Gulou and the Bell Tower/Zhongtou and the 2004 Olympic Park on the north.
We headed south when we got to the Meridian gate of the Forbidden City and came out at Tiananmen Square or the Square of the Gate of Heavenly Peace where Mao Tse Tung proclaimed the founding of the Peoples' Republic of China on ...