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... tasted amazing and I bought some like everyone else. There were cups which changed pictures when they are hot and this small statue boy which pees if you pour hot water over it.
Duck banquet was for dinner. It was amazing because I love duck but I think everyone was tired. It was a big day filled with laughter, fun and happiness. This trip has been amazing.
-Caitlin Baker ...
... buy everything from traditional carvings to popsicles. Somewhat disappointing...hopefully China will learn a balance between maintaining the integrity of their historical landmarks and commercialism. China seems to be like the US in the 80's... Mia is homesick for American Food so we ate at TGIFridays which is directly across the street from our hotel. The next 2 days we will visit the Great Wall, the Summer Palace and do a tour of the Hutong ...
... to a bit of a late start that morning and then headed out to the Confucius Temple area. We wandered the market streets there for a few hours until we actually found the temple itself. We checked it out a bit and then started to make our way back to the hotel to plan our departure.
We got up on Saturday and made our way to the south railway station to catch our train to Qufu which left around 2pm. The ride was about 2 hours and ...
... up at another restaurant.
Grad students invited grad students who invited grad students who invited grad students, and, before I knew it, there were like 17 of us crowded around this circular restaurant table from everywhere. We were from universities all across the United States from Stanford to Yale to Berkley to Princeton to Columbia, all in different stages of our schoolwork. We chatted about their dissertations (I was the only undergrad present) ...
... and for the way down you can choose to take the toboggan (Sommerrodelbahn made in Germany). Since we are young and not yet tired from traveling we. of course, hiked up to the wall. But for the way down we bought a ticket for the toboggan already at the entrance :- ). We had about 4 hours to walk on the wall before we had to be back. First we decided to see a part which was not restored. There you could hardly see the wall anymore at some point. Nature is ...