Shindom Inn Beijing Tianzhu
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... emerged exasperated, to tell me it wasn’t over.
I went for an adventure and found some really cool fancy buildings and delicious mango icecream, and a potty. When I came back to the embassy, I only waited 10 minutes and Sadie was finished and exhausted. They asked her EVERY question under the sun regarding her and Christopher’s relationship. Pet names, intimacy questions, date/location/time of the day they met, then CRAZY questions ...
... Dali Courtyard is in an old courtyard
house beautifully lit with candles and lovely on a warm night. There is no menu just a set price and you eat what the chef makes that day. Excellent and interesting Yunnan food, somewhat spicy but great. Mushrooms, fried shallots, chicken with chili, fish BBQ'd in lemon grass with a fiery red sauce, and finally stuffed bamboo with sticky rice. Wonderful food and really fun just taking what came.
Home in one of the suicidal taxis and ...
Can you believe it? Today I am going to visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World... The Great Wall of China. I cannot tell you how excited I am as we approach the wall. It was incredible to see how the mountains helped shape the wall, as if the wall was part of the natural landscape. For some reason I did not realize the amount of stairs that I would be facing. Small stairs, giant stairs, stairs, straits, ...
... has a good subway system, only a few stations are closed. Nothing about it is mentioned anywhere of course so when you are on the train it just doesn't stop and if that was where you wanted to alight, well too bad...
ATM machines are ubiquitous but the ones you really rely on such as inside train stations (you cannot buy a ticket with credit card) are always empty.
Crossing roads is always a good challenge if in need of a little thrill. Sometimes you wait ...
... was named a hutong. In fact, Beijing hutongs range from 40 centimeter to 10 meter wide. The longest has more than 20 turns.
Beijing hutongs are varied: in east-west or north-south direction, sloped, half or "blind hutongs", or cul-de-sacs.
The gray-tiled houses and alleys crossing with each other in identical appearance are like a maze, it is fun to walk through them but be careful not to get lost.
How many hutongs ...