Hotspring Holiday Inn Beijing Moon River
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... I think what a great idea, take a rest and let your brain process before moving on. Too bad it's now nearly 2pm and I'm in desperate need of lunch and a good couple of hours to see the Forbidden City.
Fully fed I enter the grand gates of the massive palace complex. With the hoards I file in and then try to break from the crowd to try and get a few decent shots. This is not the ...
... company when he gets off work. It's working out very nicely.
Speaking of my school, BIBS put together an outing for all the staff to go to The Great Wall. Unfortunately, Alex as out of town working so he couldn't come. After a strenous hike to the top, a group of us all hung out, had a few beers, and took some photos. It was a bright and sunny day and a nice time was had by all. Also, I have been tutoring a little boy named ...
... something, I saw an awesome sweater, but the guy did not have my size. Then at a different store, I found a cool black jacket, but the seller wanted over three-hundred yuan. I refused and walked away. She did not chase after me. It was clearly a bad deal.
Bethany and I walked down to the bottom floor. I begged her to see the stuff animal section. So we ran and found a Little Minion! It was Dave! I did not actually watching Despicable Me until last summer! ...
I can't decide whether I feel more like a celebrity or a zoo exhibit.
Probably the latter.
I'm going to be honest. I did not expect all the staring to start until we hit the more rural areas of China. I thought that Beijing was touristy enough that a head of blonde hair would not be a sight of shock for daily people. ...I was very wrong. I feel like eyes are on me all the time except for when we're at the high-end malls-- then no one cares. ...
... thoroughly stuffing ourselves with breakfast, we head to the lobby to load up on the bus for our first full day of sightseeing. The day is a bit gray, but the haze is better. We can see blue sky peeking through the gray. It seems the little bit of rain from last night cleansed the sky. Today, a wind blows at the haze, making the day brighter and sunnier. We load up on the bus and Jason begins our Chinese lessons: "Ni hao"(knee how) means ...