Traveler Inn Huaqiao Beijing
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... us the green light, our lunch was scooped
out of the pond, weighed and BBQ'd. It arrived at our table along
with other dishes selected by Maria and we tucked into a very
interesting and tasty meal.
Maria's parents have
been truly unmatched hosts to our rabble. Friday evening they
insisted on taking us out for Peking duck. After a rest and clean
up, we headed out to a fancy restaurant and shared another unique
We went to this cafe for lunch at 12. They have a rooftop garden which was really pretty, and that's where we ate. The service was terrible. We waited an hour for food to come, and after forever waiting, 4 of us still hadn't gotten our food- me included. We were supposed to be on the bus by 1, but it was passed 1 and no food. Anna, Dana, and I ran down the street looking at all the street vendors. We got all this unhealthy food: fried chicken with cheese, ...
... The palace is so big that it would probably take multiple days to see everything. We were hesitant in deciding whether or not to get a tour guide, but decided against it at the end because Pris's roommate didn’t like the way she was trying to hustle us (Even though the rate she offered was pretty good)!
After touring around and reading about the palace online, we went out and saw the square. It was pretty big and had a large ...
... He was to fast, from all things for three days prior to praying. One if emperors decided this was far to long, so built a small palace inside, and spent three hours fasting instead.............the benevolence! Back on the bus and we are off to the hotel for a break, shower and change for dinner. I am in for a quiet night. Tomorrow we are up and on the bus at 7am for the Great Wall. I want to climb the 2200 steps to top of the Mutianyu section of the wall (I ...
... we've been, the food here has been unforgettable.
There's been a few hits and a few misses. There was this one time I didn't know what I was ordering. I pointed to a picture on the menu and then used my picture book to point out a cow as I thought it was beef. I didn't notice it at the time but in hindsight, the waiter hesitated before he pointed to the pig. The meal came out, sizzling and full of colour. The first bite tasted OK, the second was ...