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... through. That seemed to be the case in many instances. We visited the Temple of Heaven, admiring the many red and blue buildings. Feng shui may be a great artform, but it makes for very repetitive room visits when you're a tourist. A stop at the market on our way home introduced us to our first southeast Asia shopping experience. Very grabby! At one point the woman had her arms looped around Dan's. More forceful than anything we've seen! ...
... shook my head at anybody who approached me - I am getting good at this, not soft hearted anymore! I also noticed that the Chinese are obsessed with frankfurters, why?! About half way I was accosted by one of those tricycle drivers where you sit in the front. He told me it was only 3 yuan so I hopped in - treacle covered strawberries in hand. He took me through some backstreets giving me really uninteresting history about buildings, and then for some ...
... bowing to the idols inside of the temple, and I was constantly wondering about how these disciples could have a religious experience with so many non-believers around.
The first temple was a Daoist temple. I didn't know this before, but Daoism has a bureaucracy for the afterlife. There is a department for EVERYTHING, and some are included in my pictures (76 total and 18 forms of punishment). The perimeter of the temples has exhibits where each department ...
... restaurant has changed location and now according to internet has 2 addresses. After around an hour of walking around aimlessly and starving we find it. What a great restaurant and worth the mission. Final event of day was meeting Nico & Arji (Netherlands folk) for a drink. After being jipped by a cycle vala and crossing a 600 lane road the day ends with a nice cold beer. See you soon Nico and Arji it's been a pleasure sharing beer'o'clock with ...
... to China after the 12 hour flight from Seattle. I forget that regardless what time I arrive in Beijing, I wake up in the middle of the night needing to find and orient myself to a part of the world very far from what my body calls home.
So, I do pretty much what I am doing now. I brew up some form of Starbucks Coffee (this time Via), poke around the suitcase to see what I brought and decide what still works, remember how many dollars I need to make ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQiaobo International Conference Center Beijing
Quite a good place to stay I thought. Rooms were clean, neat and tidy. The best thing is the indoor sports on top of the hotel!
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