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... there on our SNA tour so we opted to walk around the outside of the forbidden city and meet the others at the other side at 12.30.
It was not as hot as predicted but very windy. The wind blew the smog away and we had the privilege of seeing blue skies in Beijing. Hopefully will stay that way for the Great Wall next day.
Beijing has a lot more trees than I expected. Most of the streets are lined with them. A lot of parks also with flowers ...
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Clearly one of our rows had non working sets. United was very helpful and did everything possible to fix the problem. On their time frame. After only 4 hours Max and I were upgraded to economy plus. Where did they bump us? To a row where only one lovely lady was trying to take her nap across all 3 seats. Although she was halfheartedly gracious about the matter, I swear I felt like I was getting the evil ...
Despite the previous night's events, I woke up early (enough) and powered through my day like a champ with Thomas! I’m quite proud of that – this would be nearly a week of severe lack of sleep (which would later catch up to me big time). That morning there was some sort of wedding ceremony (rehearsal?) in our courtyard – our courtyard is really nice, so ...
... 8217;s definitely engrained in my mind. While being on this culture street, I encountered a street vendor who was selling interesting items. I decided to buy one of her items. I asked her a price and she said in Chinese “65 kuai.” From my experience shopping at the Silk Market, I was expecting an exorbitant price and it was still the morning so I was kind of mentally “off.” So I thought she said 650…which of course was ...
Today I embarked on something I'd looking forward to since I discovered I was coming to Beijing....the Midnight in Peking walk. For those of you interested, Midnight in Peking is a book by Paul French that is abuzz among sinophiles. Here's a short description from the book's website:-
"January, 1937: Peking is a heady mix of privilege and
scandal, lavish cocktail bars and opium dens, warlords and corruption,
rumours and ...
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