Ramada Parkside Beijing
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... of Clocks, throne rooms and concubine quarters. After an hour or two of pushing past tourist groups, we had had enough and set out for lunch. We spent the afternoon wandering the houtongs and stopped at Sandglass coffee for a Thai milk tea. The small coffee shop was packed with books, trinkets and cozy lights and picture frames. We met a young local architecture student and chatted for a bit. She explained that she was studying and applying to ...
... and knitting. It looked like they were discussing patterns with each other. Then another section had people playing cards and dominoes. We watched three men playing dominoes for a while. They were very fast and it was hard to work out who won each game.of course there were still the dancing groups, some different to what we had seen before. Also tai chi, shuttle cock, a grandmother dancing with her little granddaughter amongst the trees was lovely to ...
... this guy Peter from Australia joined us. Then got to some drinking and you know how that goes. Met some awesome people though. Tip: Do not try gulping a whole glass of Chinese Medicinal Wine. It will come right back up :)
So it is the first day of Chinese New Year and this place is packed beyond belief. A lot of pushing and being herded through gates. Pretty hungover today so not exactly having a good time. Also I must say ...
Today we visited Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven. Our tour guide on this leg of our journey is great and the best of the three we have had. His American name is Joe, and he is 29 and a graduate from Beijing University (BU is equivalent to Yale in the US). He is funny and very smart and had shared so much history with us. The day started at Tiananmen Square where weaved in and out of throngs of people. Most go there to ...
Apologies for the Carol themed title of this post. Those who know me should know I'm more likely to scream "Bah Humbug" than sing a carol, but I needed a title for the post, and today I'm in somewhat high spirits, so **** it. hehe
Today was the first of the real snowfalls in Beijing this Winter. There has been one already, but that was a bit of a freak early one.
In light of this, I thought I'd update my status here and use it as an ...