Orange Hotel Beijing Yayun Village
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We made it to Beijing! Some of the lucky ones were able to sleep on the plane. We arrived in Beijing with only one hiccup; Nathan's bag was missing, but we were able to go to the baggage counter and an agent eventually found his luggage. Nathan was smart enough to take a picture of his bag before he left (great idea Nathan's dad). There were thousands of Americans traveling through Beijing Airport. About 50% or more of the passengers on our flight were from ...
... for an hours rest then back on the road to the Temple of Heaven followed by the theatre to see the story of Kung Fu musical. A Mongolian hot pot dinner, which again was different and very much 'off track', finished another amazing day! Tomorrow we are totally on our own, a day of shopping I hope if we can do the Beijing underground system in sign language! Night, ...
... heat. This park on a hill was created
by using the dirt from the moat, and was intended to shelter the palace from
the northern winds and dust storms. Great views of the whole city, both old and
new, from up there, but no time to lose. Before we knew it, we were on our way
back down, and in a taxi being taken to yet another part of the city.
destination this time was a Government run Tea House, where we got to try 5
... the films on the listing and decided that if we were going to do this, we may as well do it properly. Instead of watching a Hollywood blockbuster dubbed with Chinese, we might as well watch a Chinese film, so we picked the film we hadn't deciphered. When we bought the tickets, as we were walking off, the lady then said that this film was in English - so it wasn't what we thought, but that wasn't a massive issue. We took our seats ...
... for all levels of Chinese society. People are better dressed; there is more choice in department and food stores, and even the products at the markets is of better quality.
So, that's a few of our impressions on this journey. We hope to travel to China again and re-visit our friends and see what else has happened in what our friend Robin calls "the biggest construction site in the world".