City Court Inn
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... life and food in Beijing. The food was good, but a bit different than the Chinese food in the States. After that it was back to the hotel for a short rest. I will let Zackery write the next paragraph about dinner and the Night Market we visited afterward. -- Mick
After dinner we went to the night market. We saw all sorts of weird and gross foods.There was a lot of little stands for food. We even saw a man eating a spider. There was also foods like Lobster Crab ...
... a little bit mysterious and the wall just kept stretching on into the distance. I can't imagine how hard it was to build. It still would have been hard when they renovated it 20 odd years ago! Parts were very steep, and I got very sweaty. We made it up to where they stopped renovating this section of the wall, and it was nice to see how it looked when nature took over, with trees growing through the middle of it. There were people up at the highest parts flogging water and flags ...
... and temples nestle in the northern part of the Palace.
... king size duvet inner. The number of layers required
depends on the amount it has been stretched.Between three and 4pm we were taken to a restaurant where we had a lovely
dinner the focal point being their famous Peking Duck. Apart from
very fatty skin, the duck was delicious and we had a pot of Chinese
tea to go with it. We were dropped back to our hotel just after five. We thought a walk would
be a good idea plus we wanted a bottle of milk so we walked a ...
... will spend the next 4 days being tiny little tadpoles in this huge lake that is Beijing!! Before I saw the roads I was contemplating riding a bike here as there are "ten million bicycles in Beijing" but now I will be definitely staying away from anything with wheels and roads in general as I reckon 9 million of those bikes are probably crushed at the side of the road!! Liam's note ...