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... for our organs, but we decided to sit in the lobby and wait. About 10 minutes later another American/European couple appeared in the lobby that looked just as confused as us so we figured we were in the right spot. When the tour guide finally came around to greet us and get us on the bus, he told us that we were first going to go to the Ming Tomb, to a jade factory, have lunch, then go to the Great Wall and end with going to a silk factory. He also ...
... Imperial City is, in turn, enclosed by the Inner City; to its south lies the Outer City. After walking almost four miles, we were happy to end our tour at the Forbidden Gardens. From there we were thrilled to climb back on our tour bus and head for the Hutong District. In Beijing, Hutongs are alleys formed by lines of siheyuan traditional courtyard residences. Many neighborhoods were formed by joining one siheyuan to another to form ...
... draw pictures, like ninjas or monks. We met out 12th, and final member of the group, Allegra. She flew to Beijing a couple weeks ago to visit old friends, since she used to live here.
We dropped our bags and headed to dinner. It wasn't a long walk to the restaurant, maybe 5 minutes. It was tiny, with only one long table, which we had. We were the only customers. We don't order our own meals, the leaders order a bunch and we take what we want. Pretty soon all of ...
... Then Jean came in and saw the scrape too. Sucked to have the scrape to be noticeable.
For class, my professor asked us all what we did over the weekend in Chinese. Jean and Olivia told her that they went to Harbin. Later, my professor asked them how the ice skating was. Jean said, "Harbin." My professor then realized that they were referring to the ice festival in the city Harbin, not about ice skating.
I struggled to speak during ...
... and interesting topics. Might as well talk about what else we've been doing the last couple of days, other than searching the city for defecating children. Yesterday was a particularly busy and particularly wet day. We kicked it off with a morning visit to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Tiananmen Square is most famous for the riots back in 1989 and the 'Tank Man' picture (look it up... You'll know it when you see it). There isn't a great deal to see ...