Ramada Parkside Beijing
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As we descended into Beijing airport at 7am local time we were greeted with gloriously sunny blue skies! Beijing itself is a huge city being home to 22 million people! Apartment blocks jutted into the sky like dominos stacked went as far as the eye could see. The journey through immigration, baggage claim and customs was pretty smooth and once herded onto our bus by our tour guide Jessie and meeting our driver Mr ...
... roof and then a small space above the door for stuff also. Once on board the train attendants gives you a package which has a towel, sheet and pillow case in it and you are also provided with a mattress like base for the bed, pillow and blanket. The cabins are non smoking and have bathroom facilities, including western toilet, cold running shower (which I never saw opened) and hot water for food and drink. There is sometimes toilet paper also- but bring your own. ...
... anymore, moment) was the Taichi exercises announced and broadcast on the entertainment system. " You have had a long flight, we will now do exercises!" The Golden Rooster Raises One Leg, Hand wave like white cloud flying! White crane spreads wings. The crew stand at the appropriate places and do exercises, everyone should be following but we all do a token flap. Great Fun!
Immigration in Nanjing, another ...
... a map. He hadn't seen her tour guide ID badge. He was most apologetic when she showed him! We walked through the Museum to the palace garden. The trees were at least 300 years old with some more than 500 years. We then went to the back gate and out to go over the moat. It is currently frozen! Our driver was waiting there and Tina offered for us to go to a famous Hutong in a rickshaw. We agreed - it sounded fun. We were handed into a traditional rickshaw and the ...
... eventually becoming the Abbott. OK piece of theater but not quiet as good as we were hoping.
The next day we visited Tienanmen Square but couldn't get onto it as it was the International day of the Child and it was roped off for their exclusive use. We went into the Forbidden City which is where various Chinese Emperor’s lived and worked, its huge. The city is full of city wide paved areas and has gates all along the way to where ...