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... we got stuck in traffic. In the evening we took another wander through the streets of Beijing's tourist zone. It was a little bit like being in a theme park, with shops and restaurants all aimed at attracting the tourist buck. It was very clean, but seemed to lose a little bit of character. We found a restaurant serving good dumplings and tasty black beer, before heading back for another reasonably early evening. Our final morning we rose early, packed and checked out, dumping our ...
... like, "How old are you?" and "What day of the week is it?"
The professor asked the questions me a question. I misunderstood her and thought she asked me where I lived last year. When I responded with Denver, the French-Lebanese guy John laughed at me. He told me that I should had answered with Beijing since the professor asked me where I was living next year. Yet, I still thought that I could have answered with Denver since I will be living there ...
... river and met by the male and female lions guarding the 15 century 'HALL of supreme harmony' *breath....Crowds gather round the edge of the hall to peer in and snap away at the throne seat which is cordoned off and to be honest could, along with the rest of this chamber and its furnishing, could do with a good clean and dust). There are various objects around the Hall such as ancient bronze fire extinguishers, essentially large cauldrons ...
This past Friday was our last class for the summer semester! We took a written final test on Thursday and a spoken final test on Friday, then headed to a hotel for a Graduation lunch with all of the students and teachers.
The remainder of the weekend I spent napping, visiting the Lama Temple Hutongs, a shopping area called Wang Fu Jing, and going to Fragrant Mountain to walk around a bit. Monday the majority of the students ...
... of the Great Wall, which was supposed to be less crowded with tourists and older then other sections. When we arrive, we find out that if we
don’t take a ski lift to where the wall starts, it will take at least
an hour to just walk up to it. Crazy right?
The skilift up to the top is AMAZING. Everything is so green and it
looks like something you woule see out of Jurassic Park, and not what I
envisioned something near Beijing to look like. The wall ...