Beijing Airport Gold Route International Business Hotel
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... eateries. Quanjude is a huge restaurant handling a few hundred people in a sitting and they specialise in Peking duck which was succulent, delicious and different to what we are used to. The cooked duck is carved in front of you (mainly the breast) and served with pancakes, spring onion, cucumber and a paste that was different to the plum sauce we are given in the UK. On day 25 we went to the Mutianyu section of The Great Wall which is 90mins ...
... station everywhere, the shop in the station selling every kind of coloured sweet known to man and the change in infrastructure was clear to see. What did surprise me was how easy it was to get into China. Non of the usual sniffer dogs and bag kickers that I experienced crossing the Russian border....no...just check my passport and off you go. I was surprised to say the least given the reputation of China.
We whistled past small villages, mountains, lakes, temples on the ...
... eating my food, I walked outside of east gate to go to a barbershop Kevin, a guy from Loyola Maryland, told me about last night. At first, when I walked in, the people spoke Chinese to me and I was confused. One guy took me to the back and shampoo my hair. When he was shampooing my hair, he kept speaking to me in Chinese. I had no idea how to respond and he moved my head up or down when he was washing it.
After shampooing, he pointed at a sign with ...
... to climb to the top. We all had to take breaks along the way and were very winded when we arrived at the top. Not everyone in our group made it all the way.
After a nice dinner, we went to Olympus Square which is where the Olympics in 2008 were held. Everything in China is so grande and huge. I got to see the building where the opening ceremony was held, the building where they held the bike races, and the water ...
... so I walked up the stairs thinking it was just a social gathering, when I heard people talking on a microphone, walked in the door, one guy was introducing himself in a room full of about 45 people, the next minute the microphone is thrust into my hands to do the same! Not knowing what this was all about really or what others have said, I made a joke of hoping that I was in the right place and that I’d lived here for a few months and my name, then threw ...