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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... may trip to Kashgar and the Xinjiang province will make me any wiser...
I said goodbye to the Imams...El Hamdullilah and while exiting the gate I met 2
elderly Muslima. They were talking something
- Allah knows what exactly??! – which I didn’t understand, but we ended
up taking a little group picture,so they
were smiling :--)
It was already getting dark when I left and now I had to find my way back to
the subway while ...
A trip to the grocery store...always an adventure. We found a HUGE one with many levels selling everything we needed. Shopping without being able to read anything is a challenge but we managed to find the basics. ...
... sometimes, I think. Regardless, it was a cool experience and there are a whole bunch of cool looking cafes, interesting architecture and signs of the district's industrial past.
Also, there was a launch for some kind of smartphone happening in one of the buildings- I think it was one of the china only ones, as I certainly hadn't heard about it.
Regardless, I hope all of you enjoy the myriad of pictures I got from it.
... a new, dramatic facelift as a result of a culmination of quarter-century of reform, the pressures of a growing population and the 2000 Olympics.
THE SUMMER PALACE
The sprawling grounds of the Summer Palace (Yihe Yuan) served the Qing Dynasty as an imperial retreat from the stifling summer confines of ...
... this only took 100 years to build its calosal 3100 mile long wall and the terrain is increadable and its not even staraight!! how did they do this there is no sign of quarrying near by made the bricks some how!!?? the weather was perfect we could see for miles and miles, the wall rolling over hill and mountain, truly fantastic. Some of the wall/steps is as steep as a ladder and big ...