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... contains glass in the upper story as sky lights, which I thought was a bit unusual as not much glass is used in these old buildings.
Next we walked across the road and up through an elaborate arch to the Confucius Temple and Imperial College. This has an array of pavilions and work rooms of the old college showing the history of the old imperial examinations. Stupa were arranged in rows with the names of those who had passed the examinations and the Chinese come here to ...
... attempting to take in the astonishing creation before us. Another bonus of being on the Great Wall was the view. I couldn’t get enough of the enormity and grandeur of the continuous green mountains. Before coming to Beijing, my cousin recommended that I take the toboggan ride down the mountain. I wasn’t sure where we were going or if I would have the opportunity to choose, but fortunately, that is exactly where Benson took us! ...
... I never thought I would ever miss Atlanta/Chicago traffic.
Also, I'm baffled by my dorm bathroom that I share with my roommate (Tovah, who is also in my program). The shower floor and the floor of the bathroom are not separated, so all the water from the shower goes over the entire floor. When I got into the room and went to use the restroom, I was surprised to step into an inch of standing water. The ...
... heart of Beijing. There are vendors on every corner (who knows what they are selling) and it's really easy to get lost! Day two of our stay we headed out to visit The Lama Temple, we walked there from our Hostel and man it was far...the temple was worth the walk!! It's absolutely beautiful. There is a giant statue of The Maitreya Buddah that has made it into the Guinness book of world records that stands at 18 meters high (above ...
... the plastic out of them. They must get paid for any recycling that they hand in.
We walked on along Wangfujing St and came across a night market. Oh my heavens alive was this an education. First were the stalls with all the tourist junk and a few extra interesting little stalls then the smell hit us and we found ourselves in the middle of a huge food market. As you will see in the pics this was mind boggling. We were ...