ARIVA Beijing West Hotel & Serviced Apartment
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Due to last nights crazy rain, the sky was clear blue! There was no smog at all and it made the weather absolutely beautiful!! This morning I attempted to go to the Forbidden City at Tian'men square. Oh my it was absolutely heaving, I believe the entire population was there, it was crazy! There was lots of police about doing bag checks, and guiding people through security on the underpass to cross the road. I decided against going in to the Forbidden City as I had seen it from ...
... children to school every day in our neighborhood. Dogs just walk beside their owners with no leashes and somehow are the most behaved and obedient pets in the world.
Every day is an adventure and to have someone you love to share this adventure with a gift. I will return to the USA in 6 weeks and cannot wait to see my family and friends. In the meantime, keep following my adventures!
Coming up...a week in London for a training!
... spaghetti Bolognese was $40 each, the bisques $15 each and the ginger ale $10 each. The manager and a member of the restaurant with an IPad showed me the prices; the charges were correct. The hotel manager told me that while the same kitchen as the room service prepared it; it was the ambience of the restaurant and the service that drove the price up. I think I could have created a lot of ambience someplace else for $130.00…but it was ...
Another late start and after eating next to nothing the day before we decided to try catch a cab to a KFC we had seen by a shopping complex during our taxi ride back from zoo the day before. Again communicating with the taxi driver was interesting and despite translating 'shopping centre' into Chinese on our phone they did not understand. We eventually got to a KFC - just not the one we had in mind! Although even KFC turned out not ...
... full of people selling fresh fruit and vegetables from the backs of trucks, obviously just driven in from the farms, and live fish and crabs.
We have had an extremely busy week in Beijing. On Sunday it was Paul's birthday and we visited the Ancient Observatory. It is set on part of the old city wall, and comprised some old astronomical instruments, some of them made by Jesuit missionaries, in a courtyard, a tower and on top of the wall. ...