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... Center all government owned and therefore the temperature control for ac and heat are also controlled by the government. The outside temperature in Beijing was mid-80's and the air quality suffering as were we in our room. Rick to the rescue! He requested and received a pretty darn nice fan unit that kept us from moving elsewhere. Low key evening in an effort to gear up for a big day at The Forbidden City tomorrow.
... a phone to communicate with others.
I walked to get a wrap from a vendor outside my dorm. For the meat, I finally picked the fried chicken. It was so good.
I then returned to my room since it was so early before the meeting time. Outside my window, construction workers were still building the new building. It will have a gym and other things for foreign students. Sadly, it won't be operational until after my year in Beijing.
When I met up ...
... squatting together (at least we’re Chinese so we’re quite adept to that position) with our ‘flashlights’ and knocking our water bottles on the ground to scare the rats away whenever they would come back. We did that for the next 4 hours until it was dawn -.- we also couldn’t talk much because others were sleeping in their protected tents (damn those prepared travellers!), so ...
... Star Toilets and Shaking Legs I FINALLY GOT TO GO!!!! (insert girly squeal here) Yes the Forbidden City and Tiennamon (spelling?!?) Square have been life long dreams of mine surprisingly they were pretty plain when compared to the day after's sights. The great wall was steeper than expected but five of us made it as far as we could go about five towers up before time ran out. Olivia made it up three flights and she wasn't even breathing heavy!!! Somehow ...
... express train station Got some RMB or yen, bought our tickets and jumped on the train. It took about 40 minutes into town and then we had to swap to the subway line and get to Lama Temple station and then swap to our line 5 which took us right near the Park Plaza Hotel. There were quite a few steps at the different stations so we were rather tired after carrying suitcases but no problem finding where we had to be and once we went out ...
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