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... was speaking Spanish with a Chinese in the middle of Beijing.
Sally, Lorren, and I left David and Tim at the Silk Market and headed towards the park. We were looking for Běi Hăi Park but we never found it. We ended up at Zhōngshān park. It was very peaceful and quiet there and very beautiful. Within the park, we found a cat corner. There were fourteen very fat, very loud cats. Sally was ecstatic and tried to get a picture of all fourteen. ...
... We all took turns passing around the menu and chose delicious appetizers and entrees, probably assuming we'd be served in the Western manner -- to each person their own food. Yet when the food arrived, instead of being placed in front of the person who'd ordered it (and by ordered it I mean the person who'd told our language instructor to tell the waitress what they'd wanted -- our spoken Chinese still needed some tuning), it was placed in the center of the round table on ...
... gorges and river sites, few hours before arrival
Beijing. Supposedly it is possible to see the wall from the train,
but without any feeling for where we were we eventually gave up
looking. And we would visit it anyway from Beijing.
Beijing station was unbelievable
crowded and warm and humid, all over the place we smelled delicious
food and other smells. What a difference with Mongolia, which smells
definitely more of pollution. We tried ...
... arriesgar e iba a tomar el bus. Ya sé leer los caracteres de mi estación y de las que quedan cerca de donde yo vivo así que en la primera para me puse a leer las estaciones de los buses. Encontré que uno de los buses me podría llevar de vuelta pero que tenía que cruzar la calle.
Efectivamente el bus en cuestión me dejó enfrente de mi dormitorio y por lo menos la hora de vuelta se me hizo turística porque conocí más el área.
Más noche me junté con Amanda ...
... popular with Chinese tourists as well as foreigners we put our 'subway skills' to work in order to get a picture of some of the rooms. Despite the crowds, the complex gave off an aura of calm intention.
Leaving the city grounds we passed through the archway with the massive walls and the moat protecting it. We walked through urban Beijing, past a cosmopolitan square and down Wangfujing street, complete with video screens ...