V- Continent Beijing Parkview Wuzhou
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Today dawned bright and clear with no hint of the pollution for which this this part of China is famous. We were excited to begin our journey to the wall and departed the ship quickly with the hordes of others. We docked in Xingang, which was supposed to be a 1½ hour drive to Beijing. It was three to four hours depending on the traffic. Fortunately, we had planned to stay overnight in Beijing to avoid the travel both days.
The Chinese authorities ...
... the mist prevented brilliant views but the peace made up for it. The wall is an impressive structure but truth be told after walking along it, up and down steps, for an hour or so you have got about as much as you can out of it and the lure of coffee in Subway so we returned on the cable car and enjoyed our Western beverage to the multi decibel sound track of the Bee Gees. From here we made our way back towards Beijing via the Olympic Park, shrouded in mist and ...
... out, we were disappointed by it and she expressed how it was not as good as she remembered.
We chilled at the restaurant. Then, we walked to campus. Bethany just walked into the mini store in the small cafeteria. Natasha and I were confused until Bethany said, "Sorry. Just out of habit." She brought her Coke Zero there.
I showed Bethany the new changes on campus including the new coffee shop by the flower shop outside our dorm. Bethany ...
... up for eighteen credits this semester. I decided to to intensive elementary Chinese because I really want to learn the language. Plus, I have to take a lot of credits this semester, so I am not behind when I return to Regis.
After meeting my professors, I sat outside being anti-social as usual. I saw Shari and I asked if I could tag along. We walked to ...
... small, but had great statues of all the different celestial bureacracies that the ancient Chinese believed in. I have some of the pictures of the plaques for the stranger/more interesting ones (the gods of aquatic creature birth didn't make the picture list). The second temple had a massive winter wonderland in the lake (with people in inflatable balls, tubing, skate chair riding and other fun activities) and it was around the place Elizabeth and I ...