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... the Clerics of Saint Viator at Bourbonnais Township, Kankakee County, Illinois.(p535) But he stayed only six months.(p188) There, it seems, he became reacquainted with Chiniquy, who lived in nearby St. Anne, Illinois. Chiniquy advised him to begin missionary work among a group of French and Belgians, who had abandoned Catholicism, in Green Bay, Wisconsin.(p66)(p188) In April 1884, he was appointed, by the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America (PCUSA) ...
Breaky is very nice with crispy delicious fruit, chef made omelette and warm toast, fed the darn bread through the machine over ten times! Four coffees later ready to roll. Downstairs Mr Choo and Tracey are waiting. We are whisked off to the Forbidden Palace, with a short wait to get scanned and smile at locals in line then it was under the six lane freeway to teanenamen Square, huge and busy and not noisy. The soldiers were stationed under large black ...
... and continued to swear. Lost in translation I raised my voice too and got him to tell us that he had to go south in order to turn north. This we understood and slowly the GPS signal crawled towards our hotel. After a short walk down a huttong we were in a classic Chinese old town house from 100 years back. A beautiful room with everything in good working conditions made up for ...
... Nanjing plans and then it was off to bed.
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Today CSI is going to Tianjin, a town to the southeast of Beijing. After coming back from Tianjin, nine of us are boarding a train to Nanjing, where we will stay for four days and then come back to Beijing on Sunday. More to come about Spring Festivities after, for now xinnian kuaile 新年快乐 gongxi facai 恭喜发财, happy new ...
... to miss seeing them. Then! Taylor sent an email suggesting that they meet us at our hotel, due to the air quality outside. Hooray!! We accepted their amazingly thoughtful offer. What a blessing! Alicia and I are still turned around in our sleep patterns so going out in the evening is challenging... Taylor to the rescue! :) So we dined at the very fancy hotel restaurant, called the Fat Duck, which is known for its rendition of Beijing's ...