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... not buying this argument…
The port for Beijing is Xingang, an hour and a half from Beijing on a good day. But there are no good traffic days in China and the traffic is total gridlock. So it takes about three hours to drive there and negotiate six ring roads surrounding Beijing. Here people honk their horns occasionally, weave themselves through the ...
... it and mobilize troops accordingly. One emporer lit fires in all the towers to impress his favorite concubine so she could see each tower lit up along the hundreds of miles ahead of her. The local nobles/fuedal lords, though, thought such a display was wasteful and questioned his judgment afterwards so that when invading forces did come they did not supply their troops to assist the emporer in fighting them off. Although it was built for protection, there was ...
... than a dollar how could I go wrong! 4) cheap flowers: I buy a bouquet of flowers weekly for myself. Roses are less than a dollar each. Why not? 5) not hearing other peoples conversations: sounds strange but it's kinda nice to not listen to other peoples gossip or students theories on life at Starbucks. I know I will be overwhelmed by English when I return home. 6) happy lemon bubble tea chain... Coconut with salted cheese... Surprisingly good ...
... think thats what its called) home for a home cooked chinese meal which was amazing. We then went on a tiny tok tok ride which was good fun. after we had a quick change at the hotel and got our flight to xi'an and we had a 2hr delay due to weather but lucky because some flights were ...
... hymns. It was pretty exciting and a few times when the choir belted out a verse you couldn't help but have the hair on your arms stand up. The Temple of Buddhist Incense that sat at the top of Longevity Hill overlooking Kunming Lake was one our favourite locations.
We then visited the National Aquatics Center and National Stadium which were used when Beijing held the 2008 Summer Olympics. We couldn't believe the amount of tourists that were ...