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... umbrellas. I bought one for Jenna. It will match her decor. Hope she likes it. Continued walking till we came across a more posh area along a canal. There were weeping willow trees and people fishing on the wall. A very peaceful and clean area and most of the cars parked there were BMW, Mercedes, or audis. We turned left at the end of the street and were back at the subway station for our trip back to the hotel to meet our fellow travellers for dinner. On ...
... sunny autumnal day. After a few hours trekking up and along this magnificent feat of human engineering we elected to get the toboggan run back to the bottom. Yep, toboggan. Would have been quite exciting if the Chinese tourist in front of us wasn't a massive girl who went so slowly he caused a tailback. Throw in a Peking Duck meal, a trip to the beautifully tranquil Temple of Heaven Park (think Central Park but with some historical stuff), a trip to ...
... how smoggy it is (that is not the camera quality!).
On day 4 we rented some bikes and together with a guide we took of to explore the Hutongs.The oldest part of town with the very narrow streets and little court yards and LOTS of people. Fantastic! Apart from the scenery, the actual biking was an experience on it's own.Our guide explained the road rules;" there are hardly any! Just use your bell." I had one hand on my brake and one hand on my bell ...
... usually responds with something like "are you crazy or I have to feed my children" but one can usually get what they want for 20-25% of the original price.
Tomorrow we will be going to the Great Wall and then on our way home we will stop and walk around Olympic Village and the Birds Nest.
I hope to upload pictures soon.
... with the Embassy. It does not appear that
service is available at other Embassies.
By the way, one of the newbies told me that-The demonstrations are set-up by Chinese governtment. They gather up all the farmers outside of Beijing and bring them to the city to demostrate. I am not sure how true this is but it is against the law in China to have political demonstartions so they are preety aware when there is one. ...