Ao Ya Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... in China felt like I'd arrived in Asia proper. So this was it, my first foray into China, after a bit of foot slogging and managing to obtain a subway ticket ( Beijing subway is extremely easy to navigate in comparison to Moscow but no where near as grand, all very clean modern and functional) I found my accommodation tucked down some back alleys known as Hutongs, in a quiet area about half an hour walk to the city centre, it was nice to unpack some stuff as I had ...
... Small models of the tombs are encased as well as jade statues and clothing. We move on to the tomb at the back of the building and are told about the dragon and what it means in China. The China statue is seen a lot in China. With a large belly and long mouth. The dragon loves to eat gold and valuable things but has no '*******' as our guide says and there for he gets richer and richer. That's why the statue of the dragon is seen infront of banks and business. ...
... near our hotel, and got a spicy chicken pizza, which was amazing.
Today was the highlight of the weekend trip: the terracotta warriors. We met up with Bobo in the lobby at 7:30, and took a bus just outside the city. Our first stop was at a shop that makes terracotta in the original traditional ways from the Tang dynasty, which was over 1000 years ago. It was super cool to see the process of making the terracotta figurines and ...
... br> Fact of the Day 2: "Unlike many other animals in Ancient China, pandas were rarely thought to have medical uses. The few known uses include the Sichuan tribal peoples' use of panda urine to melt accidentally swallowed needles" Handy tip to know.
We went on to laugh at the monkeys getting up to their usual mischief - swinging out of the rafters and just general messing. We saw wolves, polar bears, those little red pandas, a few tropical birds and two huge grizzly ...
... to do Flamenco dancing as my next ladies event in April, so am sorting that out in the moment, thought that would be pretty cool to do.
Lovely day on Saturday, I left Andy to be energetic & meet a friend to play squash, whilst I met Tracey for a coffee, before heading off the the Olympic Village. I’d only seen the Cube & the Birds Nest from the bus when I was here 5 years ago & got a quick snap, so it was great to visit properly. There’s lots of ...