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... we called it a day and headed to the quiet of our hotel room. Driving around Beijing to get from point A to point B tends to be tiring due to low ac in the car and the ever present traffic. We explained to Lot, our guide that on Tuesday we would not be using his services and he would have a paid day off. I/we needed time to explore on our own and walk freely through some neat neighborhoods I read about.
... take a harder class, so my Chinese could get better. I laughed and said that I refused to die. Then, I explained that jumping from intensive elementary to intensive intermediate is a huge jump. My class will not cover the last five chapters of the second book. So, my Chinese would not be good enough for intensive intermediate.
After tutoring, I hung out with Mohini for a few minutes before she had to do her paper. Then, I returned to my room.
Even though our German tenants had no business intruding on our tower, we allowed them to stay – after all, they did spend all that time setting up their polyester mansions. As well, they were great company and we had a really fun night!
... City. The children got a little bored with all the walking and the history, but the grown ups loved it! When we were here in 2005, most of the Forbidden City was hidden behind scaffolding as it was being repainted in preparation for the Olympic Summer Games. So it was wonderful to see all the buildings this time, and they looked fabulous with their fresh coat of paint.
At the end of our tour, we journeyed to one of ...
... VERY sore feet we took the subway back to the hotel to shower and change and went across to the road to the Da Dong restaurant for Peking duck. This was an experience in itself. It's a beautiful restaurant with a huge koi pond and mod interior very nicely done. There are rooms for private hire and huge areas of tables and we were lucky enough to get a table next to the koi pond looking at the duck cooking area. In the middle is a round area with big open ...
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