Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center
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... visiting the zoo, we had lunch with a local Family in their home. We went by rickshaw through the narrow streets of the Hutongs area. This network of courtyard homes and narrow lanes traditionally linked the old city. Beijing has 26 such areas that are protected from development. The tour took us through the maze-like alleyways and neighborhood residences. We saw locals as they went about their daily activities. In the courtyard styled home, we enjoyed a delicious 7 course meal ...
This morning we were off on the metro to visit Temple of Heaven park. It was a tranquil oasis in the busy city of Beijing. The park is 276 hectares and is encompassed by a long wall with gates at each compass point. The park has lovely groves of ancient trees which we enjoyed strolling along. Some of the cypress trees are over 800 years ...
... Coffee in the hutong. I left the cafe and was on the hunt for Soloist Coffee. Could not find it. Despite not being to find it, I did not mind since I was busy exploring the hutong.
On a side path, there were people working out on the public exercise machines.
After spending two hours in the hutong, I decided to take the subway back to campus. When the subway came, a man in front of me stopped. When he finally got on, the door shut ...
Obviously I am writing this blog entry much later than June 8th, so I will try and keep me outlook on China as close as possible to what it was a month ago.
From Shanghai we took a fast train to Beijing that topped out at a speed of 200 mph. This train was fancy and very impressive. The scenery along the way made me feel like I was taking a train through Europe if you can believe that. ...
... Wall pales in comparison to the protection found in the Lord. What do we need protection from? I don't know about you, but I often find this world a scary, unstable place to be. We hear of so much evil happening and we try to put up walls for protection. The Psalmist reminds that God is our hiding place and protection can only be found in Him. Far more strong and reliable than a 2,000 year old wall.