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... and just kept walking - but this time we asked directions - with a lot of pointing since we didn't speak Chinese and they didn't understand English.
So as we made our way towards Tianamen Square we came upon what looked like an older school - so we started snapping photos - and we being curious tourists we decided to walk in further and ...
... surprised to find some really good coffee shops and bars, and after a sneaky latte and cheesecake, we walked around some of the parks around Hou Hai lake to walk off some of our morning tea.
We got a quick meal and early night as we were to meet one of the guides at 7am to pick up the tickets under the clock tower at Beijing railway station. Our hotel overlooked this and at no time was the station not busy with loads of people coming and going. We met ...
... of buildings that house thousands of people in units that vary in size. What is impressive, is that they form a perimeter around lakes and foliage, imagine your own park to sit and read, or play with your children as the case may be. I estimate my unit, on the 8th floor of a 17 floor complex, to be about 600 sq feet roughly, with plenty of built in wardrobes, a table, an archaic television, two sofas and a minuscule computer ...
... Wanted to start strong..so went with Fergie's vocals on My Humps. Perfect. The English selection was massive, and pretty up-to-date..but the lyrics oftentimes mismatched the actual song, or the rhythm was off.annnd everything was uncensored. Makes sense..When you hear a bad word in another language..do you actually take it seriously? Probably not. That..or they don't understand completely that the words are completely vulgar..aha. Whatever. It was funny. Had a good day, met ...
... Louis to go easy on the ordering this time. When the duck and the rest of the dishes came to the table it looked huge but we managed to polish most of the dishes off in the end. They only reason we didn't finish all of them was because we ran out of duck. After our amazing lunch we headed to another market famous for it's souvenirs. The Pearl market was only a few stops away on the tube so wasn't too far away from our hotel. Louis said this was a good chance to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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