Grand Hotel Beijing
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... We saw the Hutong area, a residential area that is unique to Beijing, with small alleyways for streets. They are centrally located, with very small footprint homes, ranging from 8 square meters to 20 square meters, few of which have a bathroom (residents use public toilets and showers). They are fairly low-rent homes, payable to the government in most cases, so many people want to live there, despite what to us seemed like a rather difficult way to live. The most ...
A large statue of Confucius stands before the temple with red prayer tickets covering the barrier, all signed with students wanting to do well in the coming exams. Not much has changed!
After awhile the decoration gets overly familiar and we needed a sit.
We adjourned across the road to the Confucius Tea House for a tea ceremony and an afternoon of sipping and juggling teas. We chose three teas. Moonlight White Tea, picked at midnight, dried naturally with ...
... how much they did not want to return to America either. I really don't want to go back to Colorado; there is nothing for me there. My life sucks there.
Life is smacking me in the face.
After Chinese class, I worked on some papers for my classes. Then, I grabbed something quick to eat before going off to my afternoon class. As I was walking to class, there were things in the air that looked like mini white ...
... rigorous workout in 110 degree heat:)
Our last full day there we went to the National Museum of China. The coolest thing there was an exhibition that had all of the state gifts that their leaders had recieved since the time of Mao Zedong. It's just cool to see everything that they have from all over the world. We got some really good Chinese food and did some shopping.
Our last partial day there before we left we went to the mausoleum to see ...
... the shopping mall and had lunch at a local restaurant which we all agreed was the best Chinese meal we had ever tasted and again it was a fraction of the price that we would pay at home. We then made our way back to the hotel to spend the rest of the day in the pool. When we got down to the pool non of us could believe our eyes, it was huge. We have taken photos but like the web I'm not sure they will do it justice. The pool has ...