Beijing Perfect Inn
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... some shopping on the Friday afternoon taking advantage of some of the great deals that can be found. I can still say that I'm not the best at bargaining and would much rather the prices be fixed but reasonable. Every time you buy something you are questioning if you are getting ripped off but I guess that is part of the experience. All and all though I would say that we made out pretty well with all the things that we bought so that is good news.
... woman came back in with a larger pair, obviously for me, but once I took off my many layers, I was able to fit into the others quite comfortably, although of course I could certainly stand to lose a bit of weight since it's crept up this year considerably.
We sat on the edge of the bed, and each had a masseur to ourselves. To begin with, we put our feet in a bucket of hot water. It was really hot, and they ended up putting cool water in mine as I couldn't really ...
... I think what a great idea, take a rest and let your brain process before moving on. Too bad it's now nearly 2pm and I'm in desperate need of lunch and a good couple of hours to see the Forbidden City.
Fully fed I enter the grand gates of the massive palace complex. With the hoards I file in and then try to break from the crowd to try and get a few decent shots. This is not the ...
... pulled in at
“200 kwai” (£20)
“No meter” I indicated the switched off display
sympathetically and handed him one of the 20 yuan notes, making sure it was
nicely crumpled first, meaning he’d have to go to the effort of replacing it at
He began to protest and then MIRACLE! At the touch of a
button the meter bleeped and came to life displaying a clear “210 RMB” I laughed, you had ...
... was more of an institution than a restaurant. It had 5 floors and a formal waiting area. I think it could serve over 2,000 people at once. Madness. Jon really enjoyed the duck.
Even less appetizing than the duck was "snack street" in Beijing's downtown area. I don't know who considers fried starfish and scorpions snacks... but I sure don't. Bleh!