CITIC Hotel Beijing Airport
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... decision to make a run for it : ). Jan and I took G-Dad's camera to keep it dry under my umbrella. Grammy shared Terry's umbrella. G-Dad and Dave got wet!! I excitedly/nervously giggled the whole way as we ran : ). We got to the bus dry (mostly) and got going. We got to the Waldorf Astoria around 3:30. G-Dad and I went for a walk on Wangfujing, the famous shopping street in Beijing. The 700 year old street, ...
... Down under". After a comfortable ride in a modern coach, we walked to the Summer Palace, an imperial Summer resort, which we eventually found through the smog. (The smog remained our close friend for the rest of our three day stay.) The largest and most well-preserved royal park in China, its construction began in the 1700s, as a luxurious garden for royal families. An amazing place, the large lake and buildings were built by hand, literally. ...
... br> Just after we passed, I strained my neck to get a look over the masses. I could see Danny's bright yellow W&M shirt already off in the distance. I didn't like it that I was already this far behind.
"He's going to beat you," joked a friend close by.
"Not if I can help it," I shot back, grinning. Another friend nodded towards me.
"I, for one, am all for jogging right about now," he said. I nodded my head in agreement, and we ...
... People are trying to inconspicuously (conspicuously) take pictures of Karis and Brynn without them noticing. Mostly though, its just blatent and unabashed staring.
Insert nervous laughter. As much as the Attention ***** in me is preening under the looks and gazes, this will take a bit of getting used to.
Forwarned that the city takes some time to see, we want to feed ourselves. We head toward a cafeteria style place and promptly turn around when ...
... show, which was mind-blowing since I can't even touch my toes! Interestingly, the popcorn-eating audience was again primarily Chinese and there was no shortage of men speaking loudly on their cellphones, which was a bit ironic since "distracting" picture-taking was banned. After the theater, the group decided to check out the famous Wangfujing food market. Given my father's feelings about buying even a bottled water from a NYC street vendor, I'm confident he would ...