Beijing Nanshan Ski Village

NANSHAN SKI RESORT, NANSHAN, Beijing, 101500, China | Hotel
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Dec 2011- Day 5- Nanshan Ski Village

A travel blog entry by sc_myinitial


Day 5 of 11: 14 December 2011 (Wednesday)

0900: Breakfast.

1030: Daddy & Mommy shopped at China World Mall with Daddy LO, the kids were playing and the rest of the adults were busy packing in the hotel.

1145: Check-out of the hotel but left our suitcases here as we were going to stay at the Nanshan Ski Village for a …

The Forbidden City (Palace Museum) and Hutong

A travel blog entry by caroline63


... and a holding place for statesmen awaiting an Imperial audience, it stands perched beside the moat that encircles the Palace.' It was stunning. We had cocktails in the bar. A fantastic Marguerita (or 2!) followed by a beautiful meal with wines for every course, peaked with a snowman dessert which we ate in the bar. A fabulous evening which was very expensive (1000 yuan including drinks) but very worth the memorable ...

Not Too Worried About My Future

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny


... outside of east gate. I pointed at a picture on the wall. Turned out that it was a vegetarian dish with noodles. It was so good.

While my lunch was being made, I went to get a blueberry slush from my favorite bubble tea place. At first, the worker got caught up with things. She forgot to give me my change. I then tried to tell her about not giving me change. She finally understood what I was trying to say. My Chinese ...

The Great Climb!!!

A travel blog entry by adini07


... needless to say we held on to the wall until we could pass him. When we made it to the bottom our legs were like noodles. At one point there is an incline and I started down and picked up momentum and the girls were laughing at me because I couldn't stop with my noodle legs. Tori got a really cool painting of the Great Wall. The guy called it finger painting but it was like no finger painting we had ever seen. He used the side of his hands and fingers. ...

Peking Duck in Beijing

A travel blog entry by juanmao


... ducks hung on hooks in the front windows of food shops and restaurants. Today, the same shops in Chinese cities and settlements all over the world are still selling roasted ducks in this fashion. This is because the dish is considered a specialty - requiring great skill to make - and one too difficult to prepare at home. Roasted duck in one form or another has been enjoyed in China for more than a millennium, but the first ...


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