ARIVA Beijing West Hotel & Serviced Apartment
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... also had roasted pork (just okay), garlic bamboo shoots, ham fried rice, some sort of slimey-seeming beef, sweet and sour tilapia with the head on, soup, apple fried dumplings, custard, and watermelon. I ate a tiny bit of this or that. The apple dumpling was good, the custard pie was okay, the watermelon was perfect. Ha The atmosphere at dinner tonight was fun and joyful! Kamie was sitting by a lady who told him that both her parents had been held captive ...
... big that we all can supposedly see it from outer space!!!
That's outer space. Here it is a different story. We have ourselves a driver, of course. What? You think we are that crazy? Navigating Beijing and heading out of town in search of a wall that we have only seen on television...? Maybe so, but NOT this time.
This driver knows the way... he will ...
... of Heaven we headed to the Beijing Planning Museum. It was incredible. There were models of the entire city and it really helped me understand the entire city. Before I thought it was just one big mass and I couldn't understand where a "downtown" was but afterwards it all starts to make sense. The city is described in rings and zones. There are 6 zones now, but thirty years ago there were roughly 2. The first two zones are basically the forbidden city and ...
... it was quite big, with an accessible rooftop (that, and there was a rather treacherous way past it which would require more effort than we wanted to exert) that would make for some
kickass star gazing.
So Yan Chi and I had ...
... took a bit longer, he had to cut the green beans, prepare them in the pot and add a lot of spices to them. His dish was easily the most popular and was practically gone within minutes of being served.
When all was cooked and eaten, our dinner consisted of rice, wings, tomato and egg, green beans, Sam’s dishes, a Japanese pancake with chicken and shrimp and a Japanese porridge of mushrooms and other vegetables, steamed broccoli and sweet peppers. We also ...