Motel 268 Beijing Wangfujing
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... fight through that initial feeling of panic until you get to a point where you can assess your situation. Once you do then you have to find a way to retake control of the things within your own abilities and make the best life you can for yourself. Five years ago if you told me that I would someday stand on the Great Wall while living in China, I would have told you that you were insane. There was nothing I could do for my mom. There was nothing ...
... took the mic, and told us that in China Chrysanthemums mean long life something she wished for us. She then said these are the top 3 things in Beijing:
2. The Great Wall
3. Peking Duck
The first two we plan to see within the week, but we managed to cover #3 today.
Beijing is pronounced "Peking" in Chinese. Now the PEK on my boarding pass makes much more sense. Our first meal here consisted of the ...
... about fashion.
"You are such a character, Benny." Eric said. "We love you!"
"Lies!" I screamed.
"We really do love you, Benny." Olivia said.
At a table near us, we met the musicians Peter and Richard. Peter was from New York. Richard from England. They were telling us about what they do for a living. Then, they said why they liked Beijing so much.
The show finally began. Peter and Richard played blues song ...
Class actually went pretty quickly today. I took some hot tea in with me to help soothe my throat. I do feel a lot better today. Not so much pressure and congestion, still a lot of irritation, sneezing, and coughing though. I've decided I HAVE to wear a mask when I go outside. Otherwise, I won't survive here.
I ate lunch and went back to the room. Then I went to the big underground grocery store. I was intrigued by all the products. I went down every aisle, ...
... a knife. By the time we had passed through several grand gates, some more like giant stone buildings, we reached the vast open space that is Tian'anmen Square. Found a spot in the sun and cracked our thermos for a warming cup of tea while we soaked in the culture around us and did some history reading in our Lonely Planet. Much to the disappointment of the English speaking guides prodding for our business. We moved on in order to harness the post-tea glow ...