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... mustard greens. They used traditional Chinese spices and seasonings such as fresh ginger root, garlic, scallion, white pepper, and sesame oil. And for our meats, we stuck to beef, chicken, pork, and some fish (no heads or feet). To my surprise, the kids tried every dish that was brought to the table, and liked most of them.
In the afternoons, our tour guide took the four of us to some of the "must see" tourist destinations in Beijing including Tiananmen ...
... rolls, kung pao chicken, noodles with veggies, and more! Although this sounds like a lot, I am not a big eater here and I mostly rely on my 50+ granola bars that I packed! Saturday we will visit the Great Wall and I am hoping that the weather will hold out! Tomorrow morning at 7:20 AM I have Kung Fu Class. It will definitely wake you up every Tuesday and Thursday! Saturday after forbidden city I met up with Nina from the NA exchange and she took me to the hutong ...
... the case just to be there was fantastic. Although confusing to our guide.
We had her drop us off at the Pearl Market so we could get some dinner. You would think that it was just for pearls but you would be mistaken. I am glad I didn't find this the first day. I would have spent alot more and needed another suitcase. They had everything from socks to ipads and everything in between. You can bargain for everything!!! I was looking at ...
... skylines are amazing, especially in Shanghai with the beautiful and historic Bund just across the river from amazing modern buildings, including the world's 3rd tallest.
Twenty five years ago, anything higher than eight floors was rare. Now, there are high-rises everywhere and the pace of active construction is staggering. Cities such as Xi’an have hundreds of construction cranes dotting the skyline. ...
... dwarf. Not taking part (and paying the money for optional extras) is considered strange and rude.
Secondly, what we expect to see at a historical site is different. Most historical buildings in China were burnt to the ground in the various opium wars, rebellions or the big daddy - the Cultural Revolution. The few that remained were in a pretty bad state of disrepair. In much of Europe the common practice when repairing a historical site is often to cut wood/stones/ bricks ...