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... you must contact the local service provider to verify your exact pickup time.Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.Duration3 hours (approx.)Return details
Tour returns to original departure pointAdditional InfoInclusions
- Travel down the hutong on a rickshaw
- Hotel pickup and drop-off (selected hotels only)
- Local guide
- Entrance fees to Prince Gong's Mansion
- Tea ...
... I was seeing white people everywhere. Pairs, groups, singles…eventually I had to stop and talk myself down out of an overwhelmed and somewhat hysteric state. This happened after people began to turn and look at me as I continually pointed and said, "Look Chris! Another white person!" I’m not sure I realized, until that moment, exactly how isolated I have felt for the last few months. Imagine walking out onto the street, grabbing ten ...
... used to choose his concubines - the aptly named Palace of High Expectations! Behind the Forbidden City is a park that the locals all go for weekend strolls (think Beijing's equivalent of Central Park). But they also seem to set up a loud speaker and set to work on outdoor OAP karaoke. We turned up just as a 70 year old woman was blaring out "By the Rivers of Babylon" to rapturous applause! Off out for some Peking Duck meal now and then the Great Wall tomorrow.... Phil and Mups ...
... La France booms around the tall concrete blocks of this area of Beijing, with Bentleyís firing up alongside, a sound that captivates the local Chinese enthusiasts who have come to check out what the Peking to Paris is all about.
Mike Reeves has concerns over his rear-axle of his Ford V8 Coupe, and several cars have spent the day checking through their cooling systems, with the MG SA discovering a serious leak. The Morris ...
... were given a tour of the workshops and shown how they produce the most beautiful vases, plates and pictures with copper and powdered stone. It was amazing stuff - the factory was quite small and rundown feeling, but the fabulous things they produced was just wonderful.
We looked through their shop and showroom, lamenting the fact we couldn’t really buy anything larger than a keyring due to lack of space – considering the amount of ...