Longshan Holiday Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... sleeping and reading. Seats were even quite commodious (helps being 4'11"!)
Getting through immigration in Beijing took awhile - must have been 500 people in line with no apparent movement. All of a sudden they began rearranging us, the line started moving and in the end it took maybe an hour. We ended up in the section for Chinese nationals. I suspect the officer who put me through spoke little or no English because she frowned at my forms, started to ...
... interesting as we expected, as the Tombs are all reproductions. There was a souvenir shop again here, and so I wandered down to it and asked Jay to have 5 minutes to look. I ended up buying two little things from there too. I've hardly spent any money, so I wanted to have some mementos from the trip today. On our way back to the bus carpark, we were harassed by about four different women selling persimmons in bags, and I kept walking, but Jay ended ...
... found out that people are spreading rumors about me. I was so shocked to find out about it. TBC feels like high school again. It is such a small group. Despite the fact that we are in college, people act like that it is high school.
Due to the high school atmosphere, I avoid socializing with people in TBC. They tend to form their own small groups. Plus, it annoys me how people act so nice to my ...
... they are here) is more pleasant than in previous times. The monks in the temple were reallt cool with the long hair tied up in buns and the funks pants and trouser bottoms were funky as. There is something just divine about the Buddhist and Taoists devotees which is not pompous and does not appear judgemental or holier-than-though unlike so many from the main Judaeo-Christian faiths. Everyone is praying in their own way and just getting on with it, no funny looks given to the ...
... On the way back to the city, we stopped at Ming tombs, where the emperors from the Ming dynasty are buried. Constructed in 1586 and unearthed in 1958, there are many beautifully displayed artifacts. Our favorite was a road leading to the tombs lined with larger than life stone statues and animals. For dinner, Shiqiu took us to an upscale restaurant called Dadong for a duck dinner. The waiter carved our duck at the table. It was delicious, but we were amazed that, from the entire ...