Super 8 (Beijing Shunyi Zhuhang)
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... I swear those stairs were the stairs to hell. You couldn't look to far forward for fear of crying and giving up right then and there. Concentrating on the few steps in front of you was easier, sort of. I'm not ashamed to admit we stopped a few times along the way to re-hydrate and gather up what we had left to continue our journey. Ever see the movie "Howl's Moving Castle"? There is a scene where an overweight witch (the witch of the waste) is forced to exert some energy going up ...
... flew away in the wind. Some guy down below us started kicking it around. It was soooo cold that we all felt awful for Ned. I was happy to offer him one of my gloves, but one pair really wasn't making much of a difference, even two only just managed to keep my hands from being frozen. Besides, my gloves are very small. We got up to a particular point, when we realised that we needed to get back down again to meet the bus. We took a different ...
As soon as we de-boarded at the massive Peking International Airport, I felt both as small as an ant and as large as an elephant all at the same time. We packed tightly into an airport tram to travel to baggage claim when a fight broke out between two middle aged Chinese passengers on the tram. I had an aerial view of the brawl as my nearly 5'10" stature put me head and shoulders above the ...
Then we went to a market that I think might be called Silk Alley? It's a silk market but not the new "silk market" full of fake goods, this is actually filled with silk! Let me tell you, Chinese silk is EXPENSIVE but it feels so nice and soft! It's beautiful. One kind shopkeeper gave us a demonstration of how to tell fake silk from real, she took a piece of fabric of each and lit them on fire. The fake ...
... roads are very wide giving the appearance of space, within major shopping street where our hotel is, 4 lanes on each side of carriageway, also very wide pavements. Pavements, after India the novelty factor still hasn't worn off! This city is sprawling, it seems to go on forever. Although the population is smaller than Shanghai by about 3 million, the area is nearly 3 times larger. Even at this time on a quiet morning, Beijing has the look of a ...