V- Continent Beijing Parkview Wuzhou
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... vendors peddling antiques and crafts. We had a traditional-stone-name-chop custom made. This is a personalized stone that has your name (in Chinese) carved in it.
From there we headed to the silk market and treated ourselves to a:
1. Pedicure for Louise
2. Massage for Mike and
3. A Toy for ...
Today we took the Metro to visit the Summer Palace. It cost us 35 cents each to ride the metro for over 45 minutes. The Summer Palace was a former playground for Emperors during the summer heat of the Imperial City. The palace is a huge park-like area with lakes, gardens, bridges and palaces. It covers 720 acres of which 3/4 is water. The central Kunming Lake covers 240 acres and was man made. The excavated soil ...
... biking to Hou Hai with the Chinese roommates last semester. It was sunny when I went.
Today, the sun was orange looking. Very Halloween vibe today.
Valentina pointed out the ice on the lake. A lot of people were ice skating, except they did it with chairs. They used sticks to push themselves forward. A group of boys were poking the ice with their sticks and managed to dug a hole to expose water under the ice.
We decided to check out a couple ...
I can't believe that I've only been here for three days. It feels like a week already.
Our group-- the seven Stanford students along with Huiping, the TA, and Andre, the prep school intern-- walked to Beida (Peking University) this morning for our first seminar. It's about a ten-minute walk from the hotel, and we passed by a small fruit market and very humble dwellings as we made our way.
The inside of Beida is a completely ...
... help. Anyway we made it back to the hostel and agreed that we'd had a great experience at the Wall. Chinese legend says that anyone who goes to the Wall returns a hero so we get to feel like heroes for today. Fun! It looks like dumplings may be on the cards for dinner tonight but who knows. In China, meals can often be a surprise as pointing at pictures on the menu and playing charades with the waiter doesn't always get the desired results. We'll ...