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... and today our weather is a little overcast and cooler. From the park we found a bakery that sold cappuccinos and tasty baked goods. Yummy! The rest of the afternoon we spent wandering in the hutongs and enjoying the daily street life. After a rest at our hotel we headed out for another enjoyable meal. Tomorrow we are off to hike the Great ...
... expensive here. I said yeah and explained that it costs a dollar more in China, which is a bit.
For tonight, I am chilling. So relieve that it is May Holiday next week!
Recently, one friend reminded me that Regis ends the semester on the first week of May. So strange tot think about it. Yet, I am happy to be returning home later than normal. I am not in a rush to return. Right now, I want to enjoy Beijing while I can before it all ends.
... kept calling more and more workers over to help me find what I wanted. It was hilarious. I ended up finding what I wanted myself. They were certainly trying to be helpful though.
After I finished browsing all the stores, I made my stop at iTea and headed home. I got back at 9 p.m. I didn't realize it was so late. I also bought some nail polish--sparkly pink. Time for a mani/pedi.
... in each of them via the toilet. Gross, I know. I instantly like Beijing. It's a bit mental and crowded but I'm comfortable and feel safe. Thankfully a girl I met on the last night in the hostel in Mongolia (who speaks Chinese) guides me through the crowds at the station to the metro and before you know it, I'm walking through the traditional 'hutong' alleys of Beijing to find my hotel. And what a hotel! Nothing much from the exterior, in ...