Beijing Foreign Experts Building
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... The menus are in Chinese, the signposts are in Chinese, seldom with translation.. So I feel completely lost. Moreover as in most big metropolis, the people is not particularlywarm and welcoming.. But they are more disciplined than other peoples I have visited. I finally got my train ticket to Lhasa. I will board the train tomorrow for a 3- day trip. I don't know if there will be Wi-fi on board, so don't be anxious if you don't receive any message f until I am in Lhasa.
Walked to Tiananmen Square but didn't actually go into the square. There were huge queues going through security, even the body scanners were rocking as people pushing to get through. Walked around the roads and back to hotel. Took the subway to ...
... hills to see the wall continue as far as you can see...its hard to comprehend the amount of effort it took to build this wall. And to think, all it really did was slow the Mongols down, albeit for a couple hundred years. Its prohibitively hot up here on the wall, so we walk down one side to the nearest guard house, then back up to the starting point and down the other side to that guard booth, and back to the starting point again. An hour on the wall really is more ...
... to drag an extra day out of them. First stop today is the Temple of Heaven, a huge park with several religious buildings. But the 1st point of interest in the park is that once more some chap has brought his mobile disco and his devout followers are line dancing in the snow. There are even older people warming up getting ready to join in. The whole temple area serves as a worship to the gods for food and harvest. One of the buildings ...
... you know the type you hear in Chinese restaurants in Sydney. Only here it is live, played by a little old lady playing some kind of harpsichord that sounds more like a mandolin.
I order from the menu by pointing, avoiding the jellyfish, pigs ears and goose feet. I settle on duck, a vegetable dish of some description and rice. I make a mental note to look up the Chinese word for beer after I struggle to make myself understood, throwing various Chinese brand names at ...