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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... you run to the first tower he would buy me, Nick, Maegen and Emma fire crackers. They are little things that blow up when you throw them on the ground. If you do them on the right spot it echoes through the mountains and sound like a gun shot. There was a water dam and we walked to it. We had Saushi (river shrimp) for dinner. Then we played a card game and went to bed. We slept on wheat bags. The next morning we biked down to a place where they keep all the hats ...
... native Chinese speakers far outweigh the number of native English speakers. It means that it can often be awkward turning people down, because there is just not enough time to help everybody. If you're standing outside for long enough by yourself, you will most likely be approached by somebody.
This weekend, Ian and Emily took me out again. We went to a Japanese restaurant first, which provided us with so much food that we had to take some home. It ...
... tea etiquette in terms of making and serving the revered drink. Kids were served four different types: Jasmine (mint tasting). It is said to refresh the mind and relieve headaches. Not a bad thing to have around when traveling with teenagers; Oolong tea (very tasty). It is very healthy as it provides good blood circulation, helps with nourishing the stomach, can enrich blood and is good for anemia: Wild Pu'er tea (tastes like liquid rice). Besides the taste which some ...
... other people climbing, too!) You climb. And you climb. And you climb some more! It’s the biggest StairMaster in the world, oh yes it is! I went to the point that is the highest you can go---what a workout and what a view! When I finally reached the top tower the three people on the top clapped a welcome for me and we celebrated in pantomime since they were Chinese. We were all on top of the world taking it ...
... again... watching movies.
Tomorrow though, my mom's signed us up for a one day tour of the Ming Tombs (13 emperors from the Ming Dynasty were buried here), a jade market - real jade from fake jade distinction lessons- the GREAT WALL OF CHINA!!!!!!!! at the Badeling point (which is the highest point of this section of the wall) and then a Silk Museum which should be interesting
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center