Beijing Desheng Hotel
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... without authorizing your passport first. They took us to Fei Tian Hotel Beijing for dinner, and it was of course a private room but extremely lavish – we have all learned some table manner here that the host always has to sit in the center, and other don’t sit down until the host does.
I crashed in my bed as soon as we got back to the hotel, and have I told you how much I love my bed? Ohhhh I just luuurrrvvee ...
... cutlery while two of our group are pressing on with chopsticks. Monday 13th The boat moves a little upstream each day stopping for excursions on land. These are extra and not cheap: about £25.00 per person. We have largely opted out because of the expense. Today's tour was to the Thee Gorges Dam which I am sure there is or will be a TV documentary about. We doubted anyway that at such close proximity we would get the idea of the scale. We spent the time doing ...
... my absolute favourite thing -the last thing we visited was a kindergarten. The kindergarten alone was more than worth the visit to Sinuiju. The kids put on a performance for us, and they were absolutely adorable. I did feel sorry for them, as I guess they do this every day, but it was so unbelievably cute! They sang and danced and played music and did tricks. I took far too many photos, and will only put a couple up, but I definitely left my heart in North ...
... which went into the whole process is just incredible.
While there an old man stopped Craig - he was fascinated by his height. Another young man was with him - maybe his grandson and asked if he could take our photo with the old man so we were happy to oblige. The old man was 82.
Into the car again and now we went to a Jade factory and had a bit of a tour and educational on all the types of jade and their value as well ...
... afternoon. Very impressive with the portrait of Mao, and how huge the entire complex actually is. If you want to see everything very carefully/slow paced you can spend there a whole day walking around and see new objects (of course with an imperial past) in every room. Very nice to see! There is also a lot of nature, with the ancient Chinese-style buildings. This combination for sure get's you beautiful pictures!
In the evening I visited the Olympic stadiums, I ...