Super 8 Beijing Yizhuang Tianbao
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... a quick retreat out of the gym and back onto our bikes to continue through the winding back streets of Beijing. What struck us most on our journey through the tiny alleyways was the contrast of wealth and poor. Some of the conditions of the houses we saw were really awful, with so many people crammed into such small areas- I can only imagine their day to day struggles. We carried on our journey before stopping at a local market. Madness is the only way to describe what ...
... were pulled up and we visited awhile longer discussing all of the great deals. I have to say, that my Chick is a softy when it comes to bargaining. She felt sorry and would only ask for no more than 35%. The average income per month is Y3,000= $500 per month in China. I bailed her out a couple of times, but told her she needed to get tough. Her response, "We have been blessed to be a blessing". So tell me, who can argue with that?
... It was awesome!
These markets were a really fun experience for us all--very unlike anything back in the states! Every vendor tries desperately to get you to buy their products. It's so chaotic. Once you find something you like, they'll pull out their calculator and say something along the lines of "OHHH you're so beautiful. Normally we ask price like this (punches in 900) but ...
... section of the wall has been minutely rebuilt to its original condition. Wending your way to the top, you marvel at the view and the structure, yet can't help thinking about the fate of those who once toiled on this massive construction. Scanning the horizon very carefully, I just couldn’t find a damn rabbit, as the Grandad in the TV ad alleged to his inquiring little one! Grandson, Max will not be ...
... what I think must have been shrimp paste sauce, really pungent and salty. The food there was spicy and delicious, and for about 10 pounds we had a four course meal for two with drinks.
And of course we have been keeping up with our noodle, dumpling and skewer explorations.
I have just about run out of time for now, so will close. We are just about to go and have a last meal of marinaded skewers before going to the airport.