Jinjiang Inn (Beijing Xizhimen)
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... coming down and was down to low grade around 5:30. The alarm was set to go off at 6 for a 7 a.m. tour at the Great Wall. There was no way. He still had a low-grade fever, and we could not take him two hours away in a thousand degree heat with an air quality index of 217 to climb the Great Wall. It was a bummer because we didn't get to tour with our friends, but it was the best decision for Sebastian. With a little more Tylenol, by 9 a.m. his fever broke. He ate a ...
"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 ...
... made a mistake and put down my 'arrival date' as my 'leaving date' (I smack my forehead with my palm). I suspect the mistake my have been with the tour company, but they're passing on the blame? Some travellers in my last hostel had managed to arrange a tour of Tibet (solo travel is not permitted) for half the price of mine starting mid-January, so if this falls through I have a back-up plan and can contact them through Facebook (which is also not permitted although I can ...
... First nice souvenir from Beijing!
After we had finished with the forbidden city we walked past the tourist groups and street sellers home and had a bit of a rest until we went out to have authentic Beijing Duck. Our hostel receptionist really appreciated Karlie speaking Chinese so he explained to us which bus to take and what the nicest restaurant was. And he definitely didn’t promise too much! The restaurant was lovely and the food was amazing. ...
... However, this did allow us to see some pretty cool parts of the wall that we would have otherwise been forced to miss. It also allowed me to experience, for the first time since arriving in China, silence. Yup, silence. When I was standing there, on the Great Wall of freaking CHINA, I realized something felt strange. Upon further reflection, I realized that I could not hear one single voice, car horn, firework, or rowdy neighbor. I truly believe that it was ...