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Our next stop was the Ming Tombs exhibiting many funerary object and artifacts-- interesting but not spectacular.
It was nightfall by the time we returned to Beijing. What a treat to see the city come alive with its many neon signs and people out for the evening. We checked into the Peninsula Hotel, a six ...
... me since it's taken me years to get comfortable negotiating in countries where that's the norm.
There were a good number of people climbing up the wall, which looked very strenuous given the steepness of several sections of the wall and the elevation of the top towers. Again, I was glad we had taken the gondola. After taking time to walk around a bit and take all our pictures, we took the gondola back down the hill and walked through the shops and ...
... overall I am not all that impressed with the event. I feel it is an opportunity for networking and schmoozing rather than observing the day in itself, particularly because only the business elite and embassy affiliations are invited where civilians like me need to beg to enter. Particularly when I am laying my poppy on the cenotaph and am pushed aside for a photo op. My feelings towards the ...
... was anything but simple! Also these kids definitely know how to flatter me and win me over. The first thing they taught me was hello. The second, 'you are so beautiful', because, to quote Kevin, 'we think you are so beautiful'. Oh kiddies, stop it, you're making me blush!
In today's lesson I learnt my Chinese name, Shi Dai Fen Ni. Apparently means something to do with beautiful smells and magenta colour! I also learnt twinkle twinkle little star in Chinese. More ...
... Much. So when we rocked up they didn't seem to know who we were, no idea of our booking and EP just said "oh no, here we go" Really the production manager,(Abraham) should have been with us but after battling with the reception for 15mins he arrived and had already checked us in, gave us our key and showed us to our room. The reception gabbled at him and they wanted our passports. Oh god we didn't even know if we were booked in..... But we were, they just gabble ...