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... they are jam packed with people from morning to night. Of course it was a bit of a challenge hauling our luggage through this to get to the hotel in 30c and high humidity! On our first evening the hotel recommended a restaurant that specialises in a Beijing hotpot and although it was very nice, we were out of our depth. The dish comprised a soup which is placed on a stove and then a whole bunch of raw meats, fish and vegetables are provided for you ...
... then painting them from the back. They were very cool looking, but equally expensive. Barbara bought a very cool necklace. It was a Buddha carved out of white jade. We left the gift shop and went on a walk down a small street. There was a man slicing pork on a terrace and a man building tables. A couple came out of their home and explained that they had lived here for 60 years and it would be torn down by October. The ...
... the Acrobatic Theater. We walked in and noticed a really bad smell. We thought it was the seats and at the end we realized it was the diesel fumes from the motorcycle show at the end of the performance. All of the acrobatics were very cool. It was funny because above the stage, they had a sign that would tell you what you were watching. I don't know why but they had many incorrect English translations.
After the show we tried to ...
... but lets just say, its a girls best friend) This was stunning with all of the flowers in bloom! The entrance to the forbidden city is right at the edge of Tinananmen Square where the famous picture of China's leader hangs prominently in the middle.
With a long day, I came back tired and sunburnt (yes, sunburnt, I might actually come back from China with a tan!) but you can't go to Beijing without getting a real taste of the rich culture and history!
We decided on Glass noodle soup and kebabs which was very nice, and eat them on the roof garden watching an approaching storm. The lightning was frequent, but sadly, Beijing’s smog removed all details, instead, it was as if the whole sky lit up in one magnificent flash.
We wandered downstairs for a beer or two, and decided that the ping pong duel couldn’t end in a draw, so I royally pasted him four games to one. The King ...
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