Jingyi Hotel Beijing
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... food market to buy fruits and drinks and sweets we made off to the Chinese Imperial Palace. This area has over 980 buildings and is the worlds largest collection of ancient wooden structures. But before we could get in to the city walls at all, we got to play celebrity. It all began with one woman asking for a picture. I am not trying to seem full of myself, or anything of that matter, but I get asked frequently to take a picture by people in Japan. In China, people just ...
... 6 inch, wriggling pink worms as fat as your finger ... worrying ) One we were seated, Derek ordered entree dishes: Chicken in rice wine - fragrant breast of chicken with bone-in, skin on Cucumber sliced lengthways in a minced garlic, rice wine vinegar marinade with a touch of sugar- variety of small, SUPER-CRUNCHY CUCUMBERS neither of us have had before A kind of pork-mince pastry, wheat flour (pork pancake) Beef pepper hotpot with whole black pepper, chilli, greens ...
... at Beijing airport, I could sense the enormity of the country. The Beijing airport is the second busiest airport in the world, hosting over 73 million passengers every year. People shoved and pushed onto the tram to the baggage claim. No time or space to be polite here. The streets are packed with a disorganized mix of erratic drivers, buses, motorcyclists and bicyclists. Nearly 2 million Beijing residents applied for ...
It's been recently brought to my attention that I haven't updated this blog in a while. This is true, I didn't forget about it or anything but I'm just so busy during the week I don't have the time or energy to create an update.
Anyway here is a typical day for me:
1. Wake up at 5 am because my sleeping schedule has been messed up since I got to China.
2. Spend an hour cursing the fact I woke up at 5 ...
... 65288;王府井). Both areas are full of shops for tourists. We bought some children's books and an electronic pen/book set for Kaanan (our grandson) to learn Chinese. We had another classic Beijing dinner - the "lamb hot pot" at Dongleishun (东来顺) .
One of the major goals for Chris and Mary on their first China trip was to climb the Great Wall. We went to Juyongguan (居庸关) sector because it was ...