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... China and free tickets for breakfast and lunch in our newly attached Chinese dining car. Each country connects its own dining car which presents a little variety and adaptation to the traveler. Though the Chinese toilets may have failed muster, the kitchen was much better. Free and unexpected food always gives one a bit of a psychological lift and we were seated with a lovely German lady of our vintage who is part of a singing group that ...
... at midnight followed by the whole rain of confetti. We wanted to return at about 3am but no taxi would take us, so we ended up just heading to another bar and kept partying until 6am when the subways opened. You could never do this in Canada!
Sometime between the holidays and final exams my roommate and I went to visit Chairman Mao's Mausoleum and the China Capital Museum. Watching people act in ...
... up like a Michelin man, cold snotty nose and a mismatch of any warm clothes I could find was an appealing look! Sometimes it was hard to get pictures of just me without a Chinese person jumping in to take their own with me. Walking round the grounds of the palace was nice, it is huge and looks very pretty even in the winter with the lake frozen over. There are still many trees, pretty bridges and pagodas to see and it was well worth the visit. You dont feel like youre in a ...
... br> found a nice stretch of bars/clubs. We
bought a couple beers each at a local bar (Carlsberg Chill) and went to a
nearby club. It was a 100 rmb a person
for all you can drink…great people watching there…horrible beer and liquor (probably
... that time will pass fairly quickly. After 4 days in China, I've seen 4 different parts of the city and am sore from having walked and ridden the subway to each of them. I'm afraid I'll burn out if I keep going like that, so I'll have to plan days where I just stick around the hotel or go somewhere nearby to entertain myself. It's also getting to the point where I'm considering going out and trying some of the cuisine that Beijing has to offer outside of what ...