Jinjiang Inn Beijing Songjiazhuang Subway Station
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... proverb this morning. "Faster things come from smaller box". Not sure how many situations this could possibly apply to, but I think the general idea was watch out for cars on the street. Or maybe it was walk fast, even if you're small. I really don't know what she was talking about.
First, we went to Tiananmen Square. Jan carried a little Garfield toy on a stick to guide us. Her ...
"Come walk with me to the east gate!" Terry smiled. "We can talk for a few minutes."
As we were walking, Terry asked, "Do you want to have a meal with me in Sanlitun?"
"I can't." I said. "I have a field trip."
"Oh." Terry said. "I thought you didn't have class today. I thought you would go to the Bookworm."
"Sorry." I said. "I wish I didn't have class today, but I have to go."
When we got to the ...
... guessed it we had Chinese! Rice, sweat and sour pork, some meat dish, veggies and something like Chinese version of chicken nuggets. We had beer and some rice wine. We had enough time to have a look around downstairs where they had some shops. I ended up buying a crystal ball that was hand painted on the inside, the picture was for the year of the dog. The artist also painted my name on the inside as I watched and waited. It cost me 60 yuan. Viv could've got one ...
... Confused yet, we still are, but in the end we had to settle for the fact that ‘It’s China’.
To this day, we still believe that China is a crazy country, but well worth a visit in the eyes of a traveller. China has so many interesting tourist sites on offer. Even if they are a little expensive, and the masses of local tourists get under your skin. The hundreds of Buddhist temples, monasteries, and caves are interesting. Yes ‘It’s ...
... go through the Immigration officials who scan stuff and ask you questions. That line-up took us exactly an hour. When I got to the front, a soldier packing some serious military garb and gear sternly directed me to a place to stand and wait to be called up. The woman who took my passport and stuff asked me why I was going to Toronto and why I had so much baggage....which I had to explain that I was going home to visit my family for Christmas (durr!) and I was bringing back ...