Beijing Guxiang 20 Club
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... overbearing almost trying to like I jumped up on my cease I don't even think I said a word to Kathy and I run towards the nearest toilet what I thought was a toiletI made it to about 10 m before the entrance to the toilet people were swarming in and I was rushing to catch any morning commute flights I didn't see any of these peopleThe Filipino janitor grab some businessman by the color of the shirt pulled him away from the sink and basically stuff ...
... the Kumart. Which was a very strange experience. Bought some coffee and water. Everything was is Chinese so again we had no idea what we were doing. Found McDonalds as well just in case!! We walked the whole way round the forbidden city walls which is surrounded by a moat. It's beautiful. It was a really long walk. We went to the south exit not realising you can only enter from the north so had to walk all the way round which took about 25 ...
... route straight through the city, but you can wander around all day through all the side alleys and streets. And, of course, there's little shops, so if you need some food or water you're in luck. And amazingly there wasn't really a markup. After the Forbidden City, it was off to the historic old town. But, like most of the "old towns" I encountered in China, it's mostly quit new and just designed to look like the buildings used to. Now, it is the historic area ...
... a dusty throne room, very much a repeat of the first section. Even though the historic importance of the FC is quite impressive we are both a little enamoured by the experience, the gardens at the end are quite pretty but it is all a little repetitive, in need of some TLC in places, crawling with tourists and hard to find a cool spot from the sun. Leaving by the North exit of the FC we walk around the outside moat back to T Square, partly ...
... western union system therefore didn't match my passport so I would have to get it changed so it matched.
By this time I was quite hungry so tried some of the dumplings at the hostel cafe. They weren't as good as the ones in shanghai but they were still nice. I was also lucky enough to be able to watch the Chineese ping pong championships on tv whilst enjoying my dumplings.
After satisfying my stomach, I turned in for an early night with the heater on full ...