Traveler Inn Huaqiao Beijing
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... about their ancestors, a bit like a stone Domesday book.
The day was very warm and we were glad to check out some of the exhibits in the side rooms to get out of the sun! One exhibit about the examinations had a small selection of cheat sheets on silk, not as elaborate as in the temple in Shanghai, but enough to amuse St John.
The central temple to Confucius in the Imperial College is square with a round moat filled with lotuses and gold fish. Very ...
... The next day we had breakfast at a local cafe: a bowl of what looked like steaming black fungus but turned out to be offal. I ate without relish the inner organs of beasts; I disliked the thick giblet soup, heartsandlungs, nutty gizzards: animal innertubes. In a particular highlight Rebecca noted a whole (animal?) stomach being lustily dissected in the back of the cafe. I wasn't nearly so put off by this meaty meal as the horrible tree ant dish we sampled in Bangkok but RC ...
... between the east and west gates is 750 meters. There are unique and delicately structured towers on each of the four corners of the curtain wall. These afford views over both the palace and the city outside. It is divided into two parts. The southern section, or the Outer Court was where the emperor exercised his supreme power over the nation. The northern section, or the Inner Court was where he lived with his royal family. Until 1924 when the last emperor of China was driven from ...
... dishes, with pineapple like sweet & sour, but not luminous orange like you’d get in the UK!! The 4 of us met and had a really lovely evening, a nice group and lots of interesting conversation, good food & a couple of beers. Even better, we’ve sussed out some good bus routes now & this one went from outside our apartment, straight to the hutong where the restaurant is, all for the grand price of 4p!!! Andy meanwhile caught up with a couple of friends for ...
... We all exchanged contact details, although we were now in the land where facebook is blocked, so it might be a while before we could catch up again. Johnny and Ariel suggested that we meet later on for a farewell drink, so we made arrangements to head for Tiananmen sqaure around 8-ish and we would text each other then to meet up.
I went to draw out some cash, then I had to find my hostel. The humidity was ridiculous. There had been floods a ...