Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center
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... US cents. A discounted bus ride for senior citizens or students is about 6 US cents. With a city as large as this, there are plenty of people queuing up for those bus rides.
No bus ride for me, I just hate to get stuck in the morning rush traffic - I rather head for the nearest train station, through security check (yes, you read it right - security check before boarding the train) and settle on a train to one of ...
Many of you may have wondered why I decided to write a blog during my travels in China. Truthfully, while I do find it's a great way to document my time overseas, my intentions were much more simple - I want my son Zach to be able to read about my journey like a storybook, each new day a different chapter for him to read before he goes to sleep at night.
Daddy loves you Zach.
Ok, now on to Day 1 in China:
I've never ...
... people like we encountered today - the beautiful people who are China.
We started the morning at the Temple of Heaven - a gathering place for many, especially seniors. They do tai chi, various dances, games. It truly was a social event for these lovely people. There were so many interesting faces and lovely spirits. My words would not do it justice, but I am truly touched. I was captivated by this old woman ...
... rows of courtyards.
Different from the Forbidden City, which is the symbol of the royal
family, the winding Hutongs present the common Beijingners' lives. As families grew more cottages were built around the courtyard making it a family unit. I was fascinated by them and wished we had time to take a rickshaw tour of some of the most well preserved Hutongs of the city....
We ended up at ...
... I can see why they do so well at it in the Olympics. From a lady spinning 4 rags from her feet and hands (looked way more impressive than it sounds I promise), to 10 women riding on one bike, to guys front flipping into hoops about 2 metres in the air, it was spectacular! We got home in time to pay bob the money for our stay and to say goodbye to him before crashing into bed ready for our early flight to Lijiang in the morning. ...