Ramada Parkside Beijing
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... days of athletics.
We left and drove past the water cube where the water sports were held. We all slept on the way to the hotel.
At 5:30, we were picked up by Ed, Max,Olivia (Baby O), Natalie and Harper, our old neighbors in N J! All the kids are SO BIG! Max has such a personality too. He talked about his school, the International School of Beijing. Olivia is no baby, either. She is a wonderful little, young girl and is quite the ...
... being taken up by a lake. It is 4 times bigger than the Forbidden City. Lunch was in the Summer Palace and was traditional imperial style of food which had Manchurian flavours served by waitresses in traditional Manchurian dress because all but the last Chinese dynasty were ...
... as promised and we immediately headed to a theatre to catch a Chinese acrobat show. Think Cirque de Soleil but not as lavish sets. The feats however were amazing. We also had a chance to chat with our tour guide, and get to know him better. I booked him online through a recommendation from a tour guide I have gotten to know here in Shanghai. He was very friendly and ran out to get us some local Beijing street snack food which we all bravely tried before the show. It was ...
... defied belief. It has rained on and off here for the last 4 days, but after queuing to see Chairman Mao's body (and being harassed by some fake security guards) we left the group behind, got away from the crowds and visited a large park containing 'The Heavenly Temple'. It is where the Emperor went once a year to prayer for good harvests. Groups of people were doing various sorts of exercises in the park. After watching a dance group ...
... burning incense and making offerings. It also has the biggest Buddha carved out of a single piece of sandalwood - 18m above ground and 8m below - huge! We then had a walk back to Nanluogo Hutong, a vibrant area of the city with lots of bars and restaurants, for a lovely dinner with them. All in all a very good day! however, we have to be up at 6am tomorrow for our trip to the Great Wall so an early night needed! Hope all is well with everyone. Lots of love ...