Shanxi Mansion Hotel
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... that biang biang is a local dish in his hometown Shaanxi province.
Right after lunch, I walked around Wudaokou. I took pictures of the buildings. Wudaokou is a place that I enjoy seeing each time and discovering new things in it.
As I was walking, I saw a bunch of red buildings. My first thought was that it was an university. I photographed the outside. At one corner, there was an opened gate. I walked though it and as I was taking ...
... the night that it hadn't finished developing yet. Apparently not, it appears as if I really am that pale.
At the end of the night, we went back to our hotel room and watched the Polar Express, as we do every Christmas Eve, no matter which country we're celebrating in.
Christmas Day started with an early morning for poor Hayley, who was off to her 8am class. I decided to skip this lesson, as I have not missed any other ...
... phone playing this video is the only thing keeping this beautifully peaceful child from turning into a screaming monster. Thanks, but I got it...I'll turn this off in about 27.5 minutes."
Arrival in Beijing involves me getting hostile with the landing crew again to get our stroller...I'm holding the gate check receipt out to them in an effort to communicate better and all I get is repeated "sir, please, yes" with a lifted arm pointing towards the bus full of people that ...
Well i got about 3 hours sleep the night before i flew... i was sooooo excited. To occuply my mind I wrote a story for Lewis about panda bear in china, big brown bear in Russia, small bear in western europe and lewis in Scotland - the story tells him what time it was for each of them during my flight home (well every 3 hours of it) and what they were all doingat those times.
Then it was time to ...
As in the other park, we saw a woman performing. This might actually have been just exercising rather than performing, but it was still neat to watch.
Another common sight in China is trees supported by metal poles or wooden bracing.