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The day started in a sleepy fog, we woke up really early in order to catch our flight from Taiyuan to Beijing. An hour flight and we were in The Capital. Our main goal was to get to The Great Wall! We got off the plane and headed to the bus terminal at the Airport, grabbed our 21 RMB ticket each (4$CAD) and took a 30 minute bus ride to the Dongzhimen subway station. Once there we took the 916 bus to Huairou. Tickets to Huairou costed 4.75$ ...
... so most everyone had cute rain jackets on, which looked even more adorable billowing in the wind as they drove to work. We got so many stares since we all had on our matching red shirts, so we were like a sign begging for attention.
We rushed through the subway, making about four different transfers and finally made it to the bus station. We were going to get on the first bus, but apparently there were too many people on it, so we had to wait. I had seen some ...
... our speech difference"). We found Jan after we got off the wall in the shop. There we got some goodies to bring home. We left the Wall and boarded the bus for Lunch. Another special Chinese lunch with all the special dishes and fruit for dessert. Now on to Olympic Park. As we were approaching the area, we saw the 2008 Olympic StadIum. It is a huge building called the Bird's Nest. And it looks just like one. When we went inside, we were overwhelmed by the ...
... who came with us are a pre-teen and a teen. We are from the Western USA and consider ourselves to be normal people in search of that same things other people are; education, experience, good societal values, happy and well-adjusted children, and a solid happy marriage. We came to China with my husband's employment and are here indefinitely. We came here by choice, and are not here "serving company time", as I have heard other people say. ...
... with them, with 6 different drawers showing you the steak. The waitress had a spotlight too and showed you the cut of the meat and explained the marbling and so on, quite an education.
We chose our starter & main course, with some sides, and got a couple of extra entrees too, and some fresh baked bread rolls. The steak was by far the best steak I’ve ever had, which was a fillet mignon, Andy had a T bone & very much enjoyed his too. Perfectly ...