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... who opted for Marco Polo's westbound route- a dose of reality would be their lot, when departing Urumqi.
The sole negative aspect of our chamber was the individual television screens, which kept coming on spontaneously; this was to be a harbinger of a national phenomenon. In addition, we seven had been split into three separate compartments; unlike on other legs, there was no chance of a swap. We shared with a pregnant couple (well, one of them was anyway), who ...
... I thought your name was Fred." She quickly replied with "It's nice to meet you, too, Tom!" We all chuckled. I think I'm going to like this guide. On the bus, she talked about how foreign it is for an older Chinese person to see a countryman speaking English. They find it fascinating and are curious as to whether or not the American people, or 'westerners' can understand them.
We got to the Lang-ham Hotel for a ...
... of China is breathtaking! Lauren said that this is "the most beautiful man-made structure [she] has ever seen," I know that each of us can second that sentiment as can all who have seen it. The wall traces a majestic path through the beautiful hills an the tower edit the tops of all thee hills. The air is a little hazy with the smog of pollution from Beijing but the day was still beautiful! We will all love this site and the sites we saw at this ...
... edge. Every inch of it is covered in hand painted images depicting various stories of folklore. The emperor brought in artists from all over China to paint it. I know all this not because i studied up on China's history but because we did an audio tour which had info about the history of buildings etc but it was kinda ****** it would cut off randomly and the info on the various sites was very basic. So after wondering and pondering for ...
... because our overhead bin was actually jammed. That should have been our first warning sign. We waited in the taxi queue line (yup, it's a real thing) and got to our hotel a little after 1 a.m. We checked in and headed up to our room to find that it contained no shower curtain, a hole in the wall large enough for animals to scurry in and out of, no hot water and a smell that could only be the result of sewage, smoke and nasty high school football players.