Beijing Guxiang 20 Club
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... but not disgusting, I'd try them again sometime. But then came the "dessert"... Steph ordered something that looked like a pizza made of corn. It was corn, held together by sugar, drizzled in a sweet mayonnaise and topped off with colored sprinkles. After seeing how much Steph loved it I thought, "Well, I just put a frog in my mouth, mayonnaise sugar corn, how bad can that be?" First thought... 'I dont understand what I'm eating'. Second thought, 'I dont think I like this ...
... was a very expensive furniture shop, and lots of Chinese food places - rather disappointing. We then went back to the Astoria Waldorf Hotel for afternoon tea and to see the Hutong area they have built at the back of the hotel. We were very privileged to have Peter, the lovely young American Duty Manager give us a tour after we had been chatting to Paola, the Operations Manager on Monday. The ...
... the quality. Also, bargaining is too much work. This type of markets make me quite nervous because I would like to buy something but never know what. To release our shopping stress, we go to the Chaoyang Theatre to see a great acrobatics show!
For a whole day, we lost Elena’s iPod, yes, again. We looked everywhere; we asked the hotel’s security to look at their cameras placed in the gym but ...
... of the adults?!) Then again, the worse of this was felt
at the zoo, which I suppose, kids have more of a priority to see. The
panda house though, was epically crazy; literally squished solid and
could not move for at least 5 minutes, which was really weird when we
realised the next panda house along (with more pandas inside to see)
was pretty much empty...maybe the first panda was famous.
Despite the slightly peculiar - to us – behaviour we ...
So today we visited the big three of the Temple of Heaven, the Forbidden City and Tiannamen square. I have several abiding memories, but perhaps the thing that impressed me most was the literally hundreds of older people exercising, playing musical instruments, singing, playing cards, knitting and socialising in the park near the Temple of Heaven. I have seen early morning Tai Chi when I have been to Asia in the past, ...