Home Inn (Beijing Yansha)
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... These people are mental. No I didnt eat any. I had squid (dead), tofu and chicken.
Security is super tight. You have to put your bag through an x-ray machine and walk through a metal detector to get onto the metro. Maybe put in for the olympics and kept?
Facebook, Twitter and Youtube are all banned here. Even Google is too. Yahoo isn't. A bit insulting to Yahoo? Even the Chinese government think it can't ...
... wife has a bit of dementia . . She was lost for three hours last night and Arnold had to elicit help from the police to help locate her . . . Reminds me of Francine from our Trip Around the World). Our pace is a little faster and we love having our own special door in the back of the bus where we can come and go at our own pace! :-). So. . . John and Laurie aren't taking another Viking trip in the near future! ...
... grounds photographing the scenery and the fields of Persimmon trees. The Persimmon is a very popular fruit here and a rather interesting one as well. Apparently the fruit is poisonous after it is picked. In order to eat it you must let it sit for two weeks after picking it. I continued walking and poked into the museums, attempting to skirt the crowds of Chinese tourists crowding each and every glass case. Many of the cases had replicas in them as ...
... I was not feeling like taking subway today. No desire to deal with slow walkers and a long ride.
When we arrived at Sanlitun, I led them to a Thai place called Sukhothai Thai Restaurant. The first moment we entered, there was an automatic door. We were seated by the window.
It was stunning. When we looked at the menu, it was a huge disappointment.. I was so eager to get some Thai food. Thai food is one cuisine that I love to eat. The ...
... area. She explained before we went that these people mostly don't have toilets in their house, so they use the public ones (which we then saw) and go to bath houses once or twice a week, or in some cases once a month (because they don't want to waste money).
So when we saw it, it made it all the more real.
They live such a simple life and it made me think that while this is so sad to me, they value things differently and maybe they're happy. Or maybe it's a case of ...