Orange Hotel Beijing Yayun Village
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... We decided to escape Tiananmen Square and found ourselves in a queue to leave. We were trapped so we were swept along by the mob. It turned out that our line to leave was actually the line to enter The Forbidden City which is across the street with access via an underpass. We passed through a security station for the second time and we were safe to “fly”. We were grounded however. After passing through four of the gates entering the ...
... 8211; closed for renovation, The Beijing Friendship Store – quaint but more like a museum than a shop, The Bric Brac market – now defunct , get postcards – got them !! So, not a very successful day on the face of it but our journey was a wonderful one. We walked through an old Hutong filled with vegetable and fish stalls, watched a team of hairdressers ...
... Beijing. She was telling us how hard it was for her not speaking Chinese. Everywhere she goes, people assume she's Chinese, and are completely confounded when she doesn't understand.
The class itself was great. I learned some new cooking techniques, specifically with a cleaver, that have been very useful. We did the prep work for each of four dishes, then cooked them. Some of it was harder than i had expected. I was also fascinated with how ...
... city of China, with dates and relics compared with what was happening in the western world at the time. After spending a few hours wandering around we headed off shopping before heading back to the hostel to chill out and book a few trains for our next journey.
The Summer Palace was next on the list, a favorite holiday area for the emperors with a huge lake and mountain excavated entirely by hand. It would have been a lovely peaceful retreat but now the ...
... enjoyed the free flow wine. Very entertaning, we knew one of the boxers, Karl who is the manager of our local Irish bar, Paddy's, so we cheered him on - and he won. It was a great atmosphere. The evening finished around 11pm, and the after party was at Spark again so we went there for an hour or so before retiring. I decided whilst watching the boxing that I would quite like to give it a go next time, more so for the training more than anything else, and something to kick start ...