- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We were spoiled last week with the tropical weather. Mia, our resident vampire, even managed to get a sun burn. Ouch! However, for the last few days it's been typical Beijing weather. We can't even see anything past the first few buildings. So, it has been rainy day activities without the rain. The girls had a blast at Fun Dazzle. Basically Cosmic adventure but with an olympic sized ball pit. Oh man, I wish I could ...
... her there, and though I did get a little lost in the hutongs on the way, Margaux found me, and we hung out at the party for awhile. It was a nice afternoon to just sit back and relax. Alice, Margaux's friend, was there as well, and the three of us mostly chatted within ourselves, as Margaux and Alice didn't really know anybody else there either.
After the party, we walked to Nanluoguxiang, ...
... here then off to the Summer Palace. This covers a huge area and we only went to one area - but were able to see the Dragon boats, cross over the bridge to the island and generally wander and smile with the locals.
We were dropped off back at the hotel around 5.30pm and we arranged with Wendy and Graham and Robert and Christine that we'd go down the street to the Glory Mall to a restaurant there and have tea - Happy had recommended one ...
ON WEDNESDAY I WENT in the Bell Tower and I saw the DRUM TOWER IN THE BELL TOWER There was a tea parade, what you do is a lady makes you different tea and you decide which one you like and then buy it and a lucky baby comes with it for free. THE STORY OF THE BELL TOWER AND THE DRUM TOWER! Many years ...
... with me. Since then, the sight of an umbrella has been mere reminders that my skintone is not so widely celebrated here. Agh. I can't blame anyone (or a culture/city/country) for its ignorance to the unknown, but it doesn't stop it from stinging a little bit.
'Ever feel like you're not good enough? I do. But I've got to keep fighting it.
Identity runs far deeper than the color of ...