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... statues after placing down a bouquet of flowers. PM: After lunch we sample the local transport and go deep underground for a ride on the Pyongyang Metro - the deepest underground system in the world and the designs of the main stations are stunning with superb lighting and mosaics. We start at Puhung (Rehabilitation) Station, then take the train to the next station Yonggwang (Glory). Here we get off to take pictures before getting back on the train and going through 3 stops ...
... huge city, like Houston, has only 2 or 3)is pretty much a parking lot at all hours of the day (and many during the night time as well), so the driver attempts to avoid it by using side streets and short cuts, which worked quite well.
We are going to a unique local restaurant this evening, and will spend our last full day in Beijing tomorrow, trying our hand at biking with the 2 million+ locals who crowd Beijing’s bike lanes. ...
... and there's no specific direction you have to go. With much head turning and shortstops in the middle of the street, we survived to the other side! I know it seems like such a simple task, but it was more difficult than you'd think. Second challenge: Finding a place to eat. We all decided to have jiaozi(dumplings), so I flagged down some locals and tried to ask them (in Chinese) where we could find a place that selled good jiaozi. Surprisingly, they understood ...
Woke up early (over and over again, thanks to the jetlag) and finaly went down to the lobby for my hotel courtesy breakfast. Wow. And wow. Delicious food-I favored the bacon, the mushrooms sauteed with who-knows-what-kind-of-sauce , and the copious dragonfruit. I have sampled dragonfruit at Wegmans ($10 a pound!!) and it didn't even come close to being as good as this was.
After breakfast I went walking in search of the Temple of Heaven. ...
... complications with the bikes and kids, we found some solutions and were able to really enjoy the ride. Shockingly, the city wall was not crowded, and it was very easy to ride along the cobblestones and feel the history of the old wall. Michael and Noah added excitement by cycling up and down the steep ramparts to each watch tower. It was a great way to see the wall, and both the old and new city, and lots of fun.