Schonbrunn Hotel Beijing
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... Ana, who is my roommate for this leg of the trip, arrived! It was fantastic to see her again and we spent the next hour exchanging stories from the past week and our days of travel. Before we were done catching up, it was time to meet up with Benson Tang, Regional Director in Asia for ACTE, and Brian Chang, Regional Support for ACTE. We met in the lobby and took off for a dinner arranged by Benson. The restaurant ...
... explain to her that I don't usually watch sports but I watch all types of Olympic sports.
We then went over to the Water Cube!!! To be where Michael Phelps made history was very exciting. We watched every event he was in not to mention all of the girls. Not sure it looks the same today. They have a water park on one side that was jam packed with people that I don't know how they moved. In the warm up pool they had free swim. ...
... I struggled up the ascent, pausing for a few moments every minute or so to catch my breath and control my breathing.
There was some good news though: Danny was again in sight, and I was, slowly but surely, catching up. Apparently he'd tired himself out on his jog too; he was pausing to rest just as much as I was, and it seemed that he was in just as rough shape. After about ten or so minutes, I was within fifty feet of him. I gave a shout. He paused ...
... which we were gorging ourselves on! Another big thank you goes out to JP who wrote a big "No meat" sign for Sophie to bring with her – made things much easier in restaurants where even the green peas can have pork stuffed inside!
After spending a while struggling to find things around the city we decided to head into the big shopping district east of the Forbidden City to find one of the bible-sized Lonely Planet China guidebooks. We’d recommend having ...
... the throngs of pushy people and I get upset at lightning speed. Mix that with the fact that this zoo is massive beyond reason and I was done with the zoo after about 3 hours and we had only seen about 1/3 of it. The zoo has some saving graces that made it worth it in the end, though.
I am, of course, talking about the panda exhibit! There aren't very many places where you can see panda bears, and the Beijing zoo is one of them. I'd never seen a panda before yesterday, ...