Qianyuan International Business Hotel
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Blog two Thursday 10th October Well this entry is going to have to work backwards as so much has happened and I can only work out the order this way. I am writing this on a sleeper train from Beijing to Xian where the terracotta warriors are. Roz and I are in a 6 berth compartment, top and bottom and split up by part of a group of Dutch people. It is not dissimilar to the sleeper to Narbonne and a great improvement on the third class non air conditioned trains ...
... of 1989, but none this was mentioned by our guide when telling us the history of the square. Lunch was at a restaurant where we were the only non-Chinese and I nearly caused an incident when I moaned at the guy on the next table who was just in the process of lighting up whilst siting under the no-smoking sign. The Temple of Heaven was a refreshing change as there were less people than at the other places we have visited. This site is also popular for couples to have a ...
... a late afternoon appointment, then we met for some food, now we’re back home & packing………
All very last minute & unexpected, but we are going to Hong Kong tomorrow. The visa rules change all the time, and things are very strict at the moment now the powers are changing hands at the moment, and the type of visa we’re on is harder to get, and we have to go out of the country now, rather than at the year stage as we were first told. So, ...
... to is to contact Sheila's son Sam in Norwich and ask him to package and post our laptop. Not bringing it was my first and biggest mistake, seeing as everywhere has wifi nowadays and nearly every traveller has their own laptop, netbook or iPad. Internet cafés are a thing of the past, although the guesthouse does have two rather decrepit and overused computers available. After a few correspondences, Sam emails us to say that the Mac is in the post and to expect it within ...