Jinjiang Inn (Beijing Madianqiao)
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... Caitlin get on really well with each other and are making the most of this honeymoon period. It is a very close and intense period but we are gradually coming to an understanding and are learning the art of giving and taking. We're starting to appreciate his quirky ways and his boisterous attitude. Whenever Qiang puts his jacket on, the zip has to be completely closed. Same goes for his shoes, his never wants to take his shoes off unless he goes to bed.
Monday, we visited ...
... we climbed several flights of stairs through a beautiful, woodsy garden. At the very top was the most magnificent temple. We could encircle the entire temple and see Beijing stretch out for miles until it disappeared into the haze far away. Directly below us lay the Forbidden City. Savannah and I couldn't believe just how massive the Forbidden City was. I was shocked that I'd walked all the way through it without feeling too tired or sore. Inside the temple, ...
... there! I sat next to her. She was telling me about what she was doing lately. So glad that she returned as a Chinese roommate too.
During dinner, I talked with the new people. A few people told me that they were doing a special scholar project, which they were in Rome last semester. They explained that they were continuing their projects in Beijing this semester. So jealous. Italy is one of those places that I badly want to ...
... we made our way to the Forbidden City.
As you walk into the Forbidden City you are overwhelmed by both the sheer number of people there and the size of the place. Fact of the day No2 (according to our guide!) The Forbidden City is over 600 years old and has 9999.5 rooms in it and it would take you 27 years if you stayed in a different room each night. We made our way through the different sections of the palace stopping for group and single photos. ...
... After finally figuring out my luggage issue, I easily found the shuttle that I needed to take and rode it to the station where my friends were waiting for me.
I only told three of my friends that I was coming, but somehow all five of my Beijing-based friends from a group I two-years ago managed to find time in there busy schedules to spend time with me. Granted, I might have not been the best company because I ...