Hang Lu Airport Hotel
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... can't speed up a snail.
We ate lunch at a vegetarian restaurant and finally Kay could order anything off the menu. Pau must have taken pity on her after the bowl of sweetcorn.
Last stop ...
... don't take it personally. We just need to be careful and get the price up front from now on. Following that we went to French bar for drinks and a boggie :-) we left at 2:30am. It was a great night and so glad we got to see a bit more than the average tourist as we had great guides for the night. Off to see summer palace and go to the Qianmen area today. Got up very late and Noel is in a bad way! Too much chilli and beer I think!! Lauren and Noel. ...
... buildings such as several gate buildings; the apparently fantastic (and free) national museum; the parliament building (the latter two facing each other and built 1969 for the 20 year anniversary of the People’s Republic in Soviet style); the Mao Mausoleum, where the embalmed body of the revered Chairman can be visited in the mornings while he turns in his grave in the afternoons as his successors didn’t respect his wish to be cremated. At the head of ...
... without the oil feel and actually felt really good. Walked back to the Hotel and felt like a million dollars, worth the short term pain.
After unpacking we visited the Club lounge which is part of our accommodation deal and had a few nibbles and a couple of drinks, the roast duck was special. The lounge is on the second floor and overlooks a courtyard towards the Regent Hotel. Need to get used to the ground floor being referred to as floor 1.
Then took a wander ...
... the same place I’d stayed at three years before with my Aunt Kathy and Uncle Howard and where my brothers and I stayed during their visit to China.
Over the years, I’ve gotten to know Bobby, the hostel owner. He was kind enough to drive my parents and me to the Great Wall and give us a tour of the city on Chinese New Year’s Eve. Then, he invited us to make dumplings and ...