Jingyi Hotel Beijing
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Some more random and unedited thoughts for week two: - I don't think, no matter how hard I try, I will ever understand traffic here. It is so confusing not only to understand the vehicle but the moped, bicycles and pedestrians all seem to have their own minds as well. I'm honestly surprise at the lack of dents in cars with how close they all drive to each other. There I also ...
... of most of China's largest state owned companies, and is a major hub for the national highway, expressway, railway, and high speed rail networks. The Beijing Capital International Airport is the second busiest in the world by passenger traffic.
When I compare Tianjin and Beijing, Beijing is so crowded, air is polluted, the traffic is horrendous and almost nobody speaks more than a word or two of English. Which was ...
Today was the start of the Trans Mongolian tour. It was an evening start at 5pm so checked out of the hostel at mid day and made my way down to the hotel which was only 2k away. Filled in the afternoon having a wander down Wangfujing and through some of the huge department stores. They looked like different buildings on the outside but were all ...
... the duck, traditionally, into 120 pieces, and these days, many scrape the underside of the skin to remove bits of fat that may have clung to the flesh. First the skin is served and enjoyed dipped in sweetened or unsweetened garlic sauce. Then the meat is served on pancakes. Tiny brushes made from spring onions are available on most tables to brush sweet bean paste or osmanthus sauce onto the pancake, although in Hong Kong and in ...
... would regularly shop, but nice every now and again to find some familiar names.
Jane and Michael were in Beijing about a year ago and took a cooking class at The Hutong. They liked it so much that when they found out we were going to Beijing, they booked a family cooking class for us as a gift. After we found our way through the hutong in the rain (still raining) we were delighted by a cozy kitchen and our adorable teacher Vivienne. They had asked ...