Beijing Xinyuan Hotel
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Today, we went to the Great Wall. It was pretty spectacular. I will say I was a bit scared walking up those steps and ramps. I am not a fan of heights so was hanging on to those handrails the whole way up. Not sure if you can tell from the pics, but the steps varied throughout. I never could look back down as I climbed, but always took a picture when we reached a ...
... I have a boyfriend is almost an everyday occurrence for me that I have just started telling people I have a boyfriend because I am so tired of people asking me. Although I told him I had a boyfriend he still I think just wanted to chat with a foreigner but in the end, I was just kind to him. I think he appreciated it. The third taxi driver experience that I want to share with you is the night that I came home with my friend from the drink and draw. We had met up with one ...
... life. You could probably fit 5-6 Toronto Pearson terminal 1s inside of this massive building.
So we are sitting in the plane waiting to get off, when very slowly it started to get very smelly! Sour milk?? Something like that. We looked at each other "I hope that's not what it smells like here"! Fortunately once off the aircraft the smell was gone. I would have hated to be stuck next to the person that smelt like that! So expecting the worse as far as pollution and ...
... outdoors. Individuals with heart or lung disease, older adults, and children are at the greatest risk. In accordance with EPA recommendations, we advise that individuals take the following actions during periods of prolonged elevated AQI levels:
- Remain indoors and keep all windows and doors closed tightly.
- If available, run your air cleaners continuously - on the highest setting where the noise is acceptable.
- Limit any indoor activity that may ...
... Wangfujing, and the market backstreets. Entered through an extravagant gate, the narrow market alleys were hazy from the food stall ovens and packed. The first stall displayed live scorpions on sticks - no bigger than your baby finger - as well as locusts, starfish, seahorses. We were fascinated and revolted all at once. Bustling noise, clamouring souvenir tat and invitations to buy. We whipped through it quickly, too overwhelmed to do ...