Maoer Hutong B&B
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Travel Blogs from Beijing
... long live the king. I took the opportunity to give him the Star Wars Lord Vader speech ‘Once I was the apprentice, now I am the master’. So, Ping Pong has been added to the list of sports which Dan vows never to play again!
We crashed out about eleven, where I watched a film on the netbook and Dan tried fitfully to sleep, I could hear him muttering “F*cking Ping Pong” Interspersed with garbled references to needing ‘Bomb ...
... his family was allowed to be and not to be. We heard of how spring water was delivered from a special place east of Beijing at 2pm every day, for the Emperor, and only he was able to drink this water. With all the details that we did know, we also learned that nobody knew a very important fact: what the Emperors ate. Lots of food was prepared, but nobody ever knew what he consumed on a daily basis.
The walking and standing was pretty ...
... photos being taken outside St Joseph's Wangfujing Cathedral then followed the drift of many people through a traditionally decorated Chinese style archway & found ourselves in busy Snack Street.
Rather liking our food, we were fascinated by the enormous variety of items on offer. Sweet and savoury, alive or dead, it was all here, carefully prepared and beautifully arranged on trays or skewers, so you ...
... bills, or head to the next store because they’re trying to rip you off… But the hilarious thing about here in China is that all of the calculators talk in this high pitched crazy sounding Pokeman voice with every button you push. Oh, it’s so funny…
So… our Sunday was not off to a great start. Despite our extreme tiredness, we slept maybe an hour the night before, we knew that our time in Beijing was limited and that we had a few things that we wanted ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet