Ramada Parkside Beijing
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... walked from one courtyard to the next, it was like opening a Russian nesting doll - it seemed to never end. Our tour guide pointed out the many metal cauldrons positioned throughout the courtyards, which were once filled with water and used in case of fire. We didn't have time to explore inside any of the buildings, which was fine with us, but we did have fun taking silly pictures as we walked through the city's many courtyards.
It took us 45 minutes to reach ...
... It is an enormous square capable of all sort of atrocities; it can't be that hard to find!! Eventually after paying some more money to pass through a park we stumbled exhausted and sun struck where we wanted to be. Took a couple of snaps and decided not to visit the inside of the Forbidden City. Mandy had been before, and, as for more palaces and buildings...not really Steve's bag.
Steve found a beer place online and after another ...
... is a section of the city walls, a short walk from the hotel. Like many Chinese cities, Beijing was walled, and this was the case until the 1950s, when Mao decided that expansion was important and that the city walls needed to come down. There’s now relatively little left of them, but the section we visited has been restored. The walk past is nice, given there are lots of trees in blossom nearby. The smog, however, is utterly terrible today. We continue on to ...
... was quite cheeky and wanted to keep the change as tip.
Afterwards we took again one of these moped things home, and Karlie wanted the driver’s phone number so that we could contact him if we needed to get somewhere. He misunderstood her though (she thought he was quite cute and he thought she wanted him to spend the night) which was quite awkward.
The rest of the evening we spend dinking a plum spirit and chatting. Quite relaxed and ...
... and decided to head off to Carrefour to get a few things in for Christmas, chocolate, cheese, Bailey’s, and a bottle of whiskey – all the essentials!!! Later on, Ray from work had invited us for a drink, so we joined him for a glass of wine at a nice hotel bar called Centro, I had my first glass of wine in over a week, and it went down ok! Andy had to meet a client quickly later in the afternoon to pick up some paperwork, so we did that and went to a ...