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... amazing show! We had some good western food for tea; Subway.
This morning was an early start; 6 oclock. We had to pack our bags and get to the train station to get a bullet train to Xi’an. The train looked like a bullet and went 300 km’s per hour. It was a long and boring ride. But when you looked out the window it was like a new world. Cornfields and funny looking mountains, cowsheds, chicken farms and smog.
... in a nice hostel in one of the many Hutongs, which are narrow alleyways that make up the original heart of the city. They crisscross east to west and consist of ramshackle dwellings and historic courtyard homes. The alley we are in is covered with rubble because of all the building going on in the area.
Beijing feels more crowded than Shanghai although it has a couple of million less people, and it is also very dusty ...
March 9 in Beijing had it all: the largest breakfast buffet any of us had ever seen (I'm taking pictures tomorrow), wind gusts between 40-50 mph, smog masks doubling as sand protectors, the first round of good 'ol American shopping (tea and tea sets flying off the shelves), Luke realizing a lifelong dream to eat a scorpion, and a roster of sites and experiences that exceeded everyone's respective expectations. There is nothing more to write about the buffet. Words won't do ...
... of the emperors, and there are also human sacrifice holes for 16 of the emperor's concubines. Because he's allowed up to 3000 concubines, and he chooses 16 of them that he doesn't feel like he has a use for as human sacrifices. This practice stopped after the 7th MIng emperor.
There were SO many artifacts to see.. and to think that your'e part of something that's thousands and thousands of years old.. it makes Europe look young in comparison. Also ...
... any since it was in my genetics to look young at old age. The lady from Texas bought some and was curious to take it back and try it on herself. The time came to a closing and we then went to Summer Palace.
Summer palace was a beautiful place. The lake was so beautiful even in the winter months. They say that people can walk on the lake when it was iced over completely..but on this day, it wasn't. The gazebo was beautiful. We walked over this bridge which was ...
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