Qianyuan International Business Hotel
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... the dozy 'low wei' who did it. We have had a lot of very early starts and tomorrow will also be one I think, so I am looking forward to getting on board the plane and letting myself fall into the hands of the lovely BA staff. On arrival we were met by the lovely Ting, who we now regard as a friend rather than a guide. She was pleased to see us and took us on our last outing to the 798 Art District. A lovely sunny ...
... 100 rooms which each have its own Taoist function- The 'Department of Urging', 'Department of Egg Laying' and even a 'Department of Jaundice'. All very peculiar. Fulfilled of stone tablets and our daily intake of incense we headed off for some shopping. Presents! Further south into the Embassy district we did come to the conclusion that we didn't like this area. Full of multi national signs, restaurants and schools- we much prefer the true Beijinger lifestyle in ...
... Communists like Hugo Chavez, various Soviets, Robert Mugabe, and others. There were also some large prints too - like one of Ric********** shaking hands with Mao Zedung, together with his gift to the Chinese leader. (Here, Lynds piped up: "I am not a crook", to bemusement from the Chinese nearby!)
We rounded off the day at the National Centre for Performing Arts - another architectural wonder, around the corner from Tiananmen. This is a huge, dome shaped ...
... sunny little backstreet cafe with plastic flaps for doors. It was empty but we were welcomed in by the owner. Meanwhile, his daughter, I'd say about 13, was wandering through the cafe sweeping the floors. Peter and I soon had 2 large pots of green tea in front of us (enough anti-oxidants to eradicate months of abuse) and very welcome it was too! Aoife and I had a huge bowl of scrambled egg and tomatoes, the girls had rice and soon we were all ...
... goodies and souvenirs. We could have spent hours upon hours here.
- Peking Opera: We booked to see this unforgettable performance through our hostel. The costumes and makeup were fabulous and detailed, but the four scenes themselves were even more over the top. Especially when accompanied by some hilarious English subtitles. Our clear favorite was called "The Drunken Concubine". Synopsis: one concubine's extreme jealousy after the Emperor ...