B&B Inn (Beijing Baishiqiao)
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... were not just lining the streets but hung out of everyone's windows. I spent a few days wandering the city, popping into any restaurant, picking dishes at random and generally eating better food than I had eaten in all of Russia and Mongolia. The Forbidden city was predictably astounding, despite being full at the brim with tourists, the same went for the Summer Palace. I tried to run to Tianamen Square one morning before breakfast, expecting to pop in and out of ...
... cable car attendant pointing at Kevin and saying ‘big teddy bear !’ and pointing to Biggles and saying ‘little teddy bear!’ a number of times whilst p***ing himself laughing !
Trip back to Beijing was uneventful and we arrived back at train station starving and suffering from severe coffee withdrawal symptoms. Therefore you can imagine ...
... is much cooler and fun than UIBE.
Later, I walked around the canal park. On top of a hill, there was a dad photographing his son. So cute.
I returned to campus to do work.
Hours later, Olivia invited me to the Orange Circle. So nice to get real food. We chatted for a while.
Now, I am doing more work. Spending my Saturday on midterms. Sucks, but I can't wait for spring break!
... and eventually ventured out to first see the Temple of Heaven, which was quite interesting. The area of the grounds are larger than that of the Forbidden City, as it is a law that no place can be larger than the Temple of Heaven. I wandered around and looked at everything, the Buildings were cool, but the insides where the things took place were very dull looking, but to each his own. Learning some of the history of it all was cool though. After walking around for a while, it ...
... stopped for a lunch of street food on the way home: stinky tofu in red sauce with cilantro, (which is kinda like fried cheese cubes) and this eggy pancake thing that we still have figured out what it was. We just saw a food stall with several people in line so we stopped to see what was being made. The guy poured some pancake like batter and spread it in a big flat shape, then cracked an egg and spread that over the top, and sprinkled on scallions, cilantro ...