Super 8 Beijing International Exhibition Center Hepingli
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... because you really can't get enough. After just about an hour we finally reached the point of no return. The bottom of what seemed like a never ending set of steep stairs. Point 23 was within our sight, but man was it hot and man was I starting to feel the "burn" as they say in my legs. But again, we reminded ourselves we're only here once, lets never regret it. So we drew ourselves up, took a drink of water, put our hands in the middle, said, "China!" and started up the steps. ...
... with leek and egg dumplings Three delicacies dumplings Pork and scallion dumplings All melt in the mouth and steaming hot- we saw them being made and cooked in minutes. The three Delicacies was sublime With barely cooked garlic, and spinach and perhaps kale. In the afternoon we scouted entrances to The Forbidden City and explored one edge of Tianmenan square, the Boss assisting the people's economy by purchasing a Mao watch from a nice man who also gave her some postcards instead ...
... as I considered the relatively recent history of the ground where I was standing and of what it means to stand for freedom – of any sort. Because the Forbidden City was mostly closed for the day, we changed plans and decided to use the extra time to check out the Temple of Heaven. The Temple of Heaven is where the emperors during the second half of the Ming and the complete Qing dynasty worshipped. Unlike the golden royal roofs of ...
Today I finally get to go to the Forbidden City. Unfortunately, it's even hotter than yesterday.
I went to Joy City early to have some tea at iTea and to eat lunch at Burger King before Lara met me there at 1:00. She wanted to take a taxi to the entrance, but it's difficult to do from that street. So we decided to take the subway. She was concerned that I wouldn't want to take the subway, but I was all for it. Really, we could have walked, but with the heat, the train ...
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