West International Trade Hotel
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... god she decided against the little girls room. Luckily she was able to pull free of the sticky little creature so we could go upstairs to another Chinese meal. Very similar to each for the two weeks. Then downstairs again through the sales arena where Mez had her evasion skills well on track by then and she got out. Well done Mez. Then a quick stop in pouring rain to take a few snaps of the Olympic Games Birds Nest arena. Every day thousand go there and pay to have a look at the ...
... on the street. The menu was only in Chinese and no pictures. Also very little English spoken by the shop owner. There was some oink oink and baa baa to work out that there were pork and sheep dumplings. A cock a doodle do established that there was no chicken. We though we ordered about 15 dumplings between four of us. Turns out there were four plates of 15 dumplings. We ate til we could eat no more and there was still some left. All washed down ...
"Mom and dad, I am off to go find myself," is not a statement any parent would want to hear.
Well, I basically did that when I chose to study abroad in Beijing for a year. Beijing was a huge change from my dull life in Colorado. People kept on telling me how polluted Beijing was, despite them never being there before.
Growing up, I always tried to please my parents, but my achievements were not that great. I went off to college to be free. ...
... meal, at a very reasonable price, and thoroughly enjoyed our evening. We wandered back along the hutong popping in and out of shops but not buying anything.
I walked back to the Peking Hostel where Judy and Austin were staying as they had said a taxi to the airport was 120 wan or about $20. much lower than what I had been quoted. So the taxi is now booked for Friday and tomorrow will be my last full day to further explore ...
... br> From there we went into the Forbidden City, which was a palace and a workplace for the emperors. Normal folk would not be allowed in there. Good thing my group had celebrity friends like Connor and me to get us backstage passes into the city. Inside the walls were the types of buildings you would think of when you thought of Chinese architecture. That is because these buildings were built between 1406 and 1420. Unreal. We walked in and saw the throne of the emperor and ...