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Travel Blogs from Beijing
We have officially arrived in another country and there is no doubt that Beijing is not Hong Kong! Friday was primarily a travel day. After breakfast we returned to Hong Kong airport for our three hour flight to Beijing. Seeing Hong Kong International airport in the daylight was quite impressive. It is truly the largest most most modern airport I …
... during the time the wall was build and used.
After disembarking from the gondola, there is still quite a bit of climbing to get to the top of the tower. There is a combination of stairs and stone walkways, and you can imagine how slippery is it once it starts snowing. It's definitely tennis shoes or hiking boots type of walking, no flats or heels. Luckily we were in a bit of a warm spell (warm for North China) and there was no snow or ice. At the top of ...
... and spitting is 'play on' anywhere. One man had a **** per step all the way through the forbidden city on Sunday. I really find it hard to hold it together when this happens. Plus, its like ******* in the Opera House (but worse).. its just a bit much.
Anyway we got of the bus in the middle of the most desolate freezing area of Beijing. Alexi, was not happy. Me and Robbie thought it was kind of funny, annnnnd there was a random American tourist ...
... GLORIA as big as I could on 4 X 6 cardboard and held it up. I felt like an idiot standing there. Is there any chance she would see me over here by the phone chargers? I kept checking my phone...still d-e-a-d. Charge already! I kept looking around. I had seen one picture of her the day I left, but there is no way I could pick her out based on that. I saw some movement to my left. There was a circular sitting area just in front of the charging station. Two people came ...
... wide project of economic regrowth. It currently houses many bars and clubs popular with both expatriates and locals as well as international brand-name stores such as American Apparel, Apple and Adidas. It is notable for housing the largest Adidas store in the world. In recent years, the Village shopping mall has become a popular destination for both expatriates and young ...
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