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... What madness. Last visit we joked that the lane markings were "just A SUGGESTION" to the drivers. Now that doesn't even apply! Jack, our guide told us that just Beijing has more than 3 million new cars on the road since on last visit! Plus the population is now over 30 million people! Good place to visit foe a short time!
We head to Xi'an next. This is the beginning of the SILK ROAD and the home of the Terra Cotta Warriors!! More to come!
... and I met up with Lily and Kevin. Kevin fell asleep in Starbucks. Lily woke up him.
We then ate at Wagas for dinner. I was so happy to have a fresh salad after a week in Shanxi. Lily ordered some desserts and they were so yummy.
After dinner, we went back to Uni Qlo for Ariel to return some items.
We then walked to the subway station. Ariel invited me to go to their campus, but it was late already. I did not feel ...
... this comfortable surroundings! Over three hours later than scheduled, we eventually took off to sunny Seoul. This trip has certainly made me appreciate my surroundings even more in Daegu. I'm not a big fan of China, but it's their country so they are free to treat it whatever way they like! About a half hour from Gimpo Airport, then bus/train or another plane to Daegu; whichever comes fastest- so close to what has now become reality to me my 'home' town! Daeha Min ...
... Harvest (Qiniandian) from south to north. Almost all of the buildings are connected by a wide bridge called Vermilion Steps Bridge (Danbiqiao) or called Sacred Way.
The Circular Altar has three layered terraces with white marble. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368 A.D. - 1911 A.D.), the emperors would offer sacrifice to Heaven on the day of the Winter Solstice every year. This ceremony was to thank Heaven and hope everything would be good in the future. The Hall ...
... Numerous Buddha statutes could be found inside the temple buildings. In the farthest temple was the largest Buddha in the world. It has the world record for being the tallest. Many of the local people burned incense and prayed.
We also got to see Olympic Park!!! :D We did not get to go inside the Bird's Nest or Water Cube but the outside areas were very nice and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center