Kaide Hotel (Zhengda South Road)
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... other people saw that I was taking a picture with someone, and they wanted one, and then more people, and more. It soon became like a mob trying to take a picture with me and another girl in our group. Someone took a picture of it from far away, and it looks like I am a celebrity or something. It was insane but hilarious. Tomorrow is another early day, so I’m off to bed to get some beauty sleep. :) ...
... to anyone that comes to Beijing. This guy taught some fundamentally good things 2&1/2 thousand years ago, and was the main belief system for big chunks of Asia until very recently. Seriously, the people in charge today could learn a thing or 10 from some of the things he'd written. Has a couple of exhibitions built in and a giant main hall that was playing some kind of traditional 3 person musical number. Whole place was crawling with tourists so we dont feel ...
... to see what this place is like in a couple of years.
Oh, and Olivia would like you to know that Gubeikou is home to a great many very cute dogs including one yellow lab-like puppy that followed us for a few meters. Thankfully we did not see any dogs roasting over an open pit. (Alex did eat a deep-fried silk worm in Beijing. It tasted like deep-fried chicken skin.)
We head back to Beijing tomorrow and then onward to country #4 - Japan.
... time.It was so much fun!
At the end of the day we ended up on Tiananmen square; very very impressive. We are not allowed to stop but are allowed to bike over it. For the Chinese this place is best known for the last appearance of Mao. By westerners it is best known for the student protests and the army tank.
Only been here for a few days but loving it. The people, the food ,the culture. Few more days in the city and then off to the Great Wall.
... high. So, I decided to bargain for 90…which she took and of course laughed. Being shocked that she took my bargain so easily, I left, feeling an uneasy sense of victory. As I walked further down the street and reflected back upon the situation, I then realized that she said “65” instead of “650.” I felt so stupid…and now I have an extremely overpriced item. So, I went back…expecting that the seller would ...