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Dinner that night was amazing and we were quite proud of ourselves for navigating a similarly colossal menu without the tried and true assistance of a veteran like our friend Yumi. We of course had another round of Peking Duck which was nearly as good as the first time we had it, along with a couple of side dishes which proved to be more than enough to have us refuse to even look at the dessert menu by the time we were done. Between the wait in the lobby ...
... not eat Peking duck which of course we did and it was delicious. We have also been practising our chop stick technique thanks to an app called 'how to use chop sticks' and Alex is getting a dab hand. The majority of tourists here ate Chinese people. There is a sprinkling of other European, Australian and Americans but very few other nationalities or ethnicities. Maybe for this reason Alex was a bit of a minor celebrity in Beijing having his photo taken on at ...
... Pandas are hard to see which was overall disappointing.
Jack had managed to get us matinee tickets to an acrobatic show at the Beijing Chaoyang Opera Plaza. Spellbinding and spectacular. We could not take any photos but bought the DVD. The best $9.00 spent in Beijing.
Jong got us back to out hotel about 8.00pm and after beers on the terrace, we headed down to a little western cafe at the end of the street for pizza & pasta.
... stuck into her leg to drain it.We set off to meet JT at the notorious Bug St for Beer and Bugs. The Beer consumption outweighed the Bug but still a good afternoon for JT's last before heading back home to the US.
Hit the Forbidden City early doors with the sizeable crowds.The "drizzle" kicked in and having forgotten umbrellas and Bish's Tourist Hat we bought super cool plastic ponchos - we rock!If you have a huge ...
... national gallery followed by a little bar called 3797 in a quirky hutong district. From there we wandered back to the hostel for an early night, stopping only for a quick bite to eat in a local cafe on route. We are beginning to discover that Beijing is incredibly independent from the rest of the world...no one speaks English and you bump into very few tourists away from the main attractions. I have also never experienced anything like the smog, on a bad day it covers you in ...