161 Hotel Beijing Jingzhou
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... we left The Summer Palace, Jason took us to an area at the rear Palace where I have not yet been. There is a small street, named Suzhou Street, with about 60 stores where the previous royals would go for entertainment. It was a place where the Emperor and his concubines could feel like they were strolling down a regular commercial street. Apparently, the Eunuchs and maids of honor would playact as peddlers, customers and shop keepers to truly mimic market activities. The story of how ...
... with their arrival, we got a couple of inches of snow for the first time and the temperatures totally dropped. It was the first time since getting here that I felt uncomfortably cold. But that did not stop us.
First stop was an adorable brunch spot in the hutongs. It is called Grandma's Kitchen because you feel like you are having breakfast at grandma's. With American breakfast foods on the menu and our own private sun ...
... question, "She is asking you.....!" At the end, none of them wanted him after they showed a clip of his friends describing him. The African woman said, "I want to support you, but you want a Chinese girl like I want a Chinese guy." Hahaha.
After class, I ate at the Muslim restaurant with Olivia and Bethany. As we were eating, Anthony came in and took pictures. He sat at a different table.
Olivia, Bethany, and I walked to the east gate to go the a guy who ...
Winnie the Pooh said something like:
"How grateful I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard."
I got home after a day out with friends and I looked around me and tried to take everything in as we drove into the parking lot for the last time, walked through the apartment building, up the slow elevator, onto the 7th floor and into my home.
I finished packing the extra things that Mom gave me.
Then they gave me a pair ...
... public transport and let it take us to a new place, sometimes we knew where we were going and other times we just hopped on and went with the traffic! More often that not, we ended up at a market, where Sean would almost bring people to tears with his bargaining skills. He is the master of bargaining, where I on the other hand prefer the fixed price kind of shops. If Sean is told that an item costs RMB300, Sean will offer RMB30 - and more often than ...