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... I was still pretty twitchy about losing my passport (good job I have two!). Then finally our passports were given back and we chugged over the border, where we spent another five hours being jolted up and down, back and forth having handed our passports to the Chinese officials this time, until about 2am when we were finally on our way again with passports returned. The reason for all the jolting is that the Mongolian railways have Russian gauge wheels and tracks, which ...
... on our way out and headed toward the metro station. To say Beijing's mass transit has improved in 10 years might be the developmental understatement of the century. The vast majority of it didn't even exist 10 years ago. We had a satisfactory experience buying tickets and successfully riding it to Tienanmen East station. The only caveat is that all of the stations are wrapped in airport-style security (x-ray, metal detector). Can't be too safe, many people were ...
... the initial courtyard as it was packed full of school groups on their first outing of the year. The Kunming Lake in the middle of the grounds provided plenty of photo opportunities - a very posh middle-aged woman was channeling her inner Marilyn Monroe and posing like a pro. Obviously we didn't mock her in any way at all in our photo posing. We then challenged ourselves by climbing the Hill of Longevity to reach the Tower of Buddhist Incense, where we ...
... full body message. Can you believe that? The majority of the group chose the in-room massages, so the off-site excursion was cancelled.
After the messages, we were too relaxed and didn't feel like getting dressed to go out for dinner; so we ordered in (spaghetti). Afterwards, it was nighty night.
Tomorrow’s plan is to just hang out in the hotel area and rest from the last two grueling days of activities. ...
... to go back to my hotel which conveniently was just down the block from the train station, where I read a book until it was time to head to the station.
Train station was similar to an airport in the sense that bags were sent through an x-ray device. From there I found my terminal, which was filled with people, and waited until our gate was opened. As soon as we were allowed to make our ...