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... were other forest areas more isolated where people were sitting on their own praying, meditating and singing quietly. I can see why so many people come there. Such a beautiful and peaceful place. Th temple buildings were beautifully kept. Much better than the forbidden city. There were several different sections to look at. We started at the east gate and worked our way through the different sections. There were different courtyards and temples for ...
... an idea of how stupid crazy this ride is. You have to brake or you will go off into the bushes! How this thing is still in business is beyond me! Lol Only in China! I was going so fast that every guard at the corners would jump off their chair waiving at me to slow down! :-) What a great stay in Beijing but it's time to move on! I write this on a 350km/h bullet train heading to Shanghai. There my buddy Phil awaits to take me out on the town! Shanghai... I'm coming in ...
... lots of laughs.
It is very busy everywhere but people are happy and well groomed. There is a real contrast between how people dress and how dirty everything else is. People throw all their rubbish on the ground (which gets sweeped up by lots and lots of people).
Little Art’s entry:
The first thing I felt when I walked out the plane was hot stinky air. I felt really sick and I had to go in a van. Then we went to the subway ...
... that culture (and the cultural spin placed on that restaurant). Everyone knows what Pizza hut is like in America. In Beijing, PH is the restaurant you take a girl that you are in a serious relationship with. The pizzas within the menu are on about two, maybe three pages. The rest of the menu: fancy beverages (think Cheesecake factory drink menu), salads, appetizers, and other entrees (including steak). ...
... the East China Sea. As a
result there on ongoing and sometimes violent demonstrations near the
Japanese Embassy in Chaoyang. The US Embassy has issued this warning: "In
light of news of ongoing and likely further protests in China related
to a territorial dispute in the East China Sea between China and Japan,
the United States Embassy and Consulates General in China remind U.S.