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Today was the big day, this was the jewel in the crown of my journey home from Hong Kong. I got up at the crack of dawn to make sure I didn't miss my train, me and Beijing trains do not have a good track record! I have been to Beijing twice before and on both occasions I have missed my train! So this time I was taking no chances! I had deliberately booked a hotel that was close to the train station so that I could walk to the station, I had missed my trains ...
... I want to see the Bay Area since I had never been there.
We got irritated about the smell of smoke in the cafe. Sara looked around to see who was smoking, but she did not see anyone. We continued staying at the cafe because it had great wifi and we did not want to walk outside in the smug. Too afraid for our health.
After paying for the bill, we were brave to walk outside. It shocked us that there was sunshine outside. However, it ...
... sandwich. It doesn't seem very Chinese at all, but it is very traditional, and it was very good.
From there we walked around the lake and went back to a tea house we had spotted on our pedicab ride. They first had us go upstairs, but it was too modern for me. We ended up sitting at street level in front of the tea house on the little "porch." I absolutely loved this place. We ordered green tea scented with osmanthus, and the hostess did a complete tea ceremony. ...
... the osmanthus sauce is replaced by Hoisin sauce. It’s a pity that the osmanthus sauce is seen infrequently outside of China. It has an unusual flavor and tastes and smells a bit like apricots. It can be extremely (overly) sweet or a bit sweet and tart, depending on the constituents of the simple syrup used to make it. Cut vegetables are also served with the duck and can include cucumber, lettuce or cabbage, Chinese yams, taro ...
... way to Beijing.
We rose early the following morning, still reeling from a long day and late night, and dragged ourselves to arguably the most famous monument in Beijing: the Forbidden City. This enormous city-within-a-city at the very centre of Beijing housed the imperial court for five hundred years and, until the fall of the last Chinese emperor, anyone who entered without explicit permission was swiftly executed. Now, a huge portrait of Chairman Mao hung at the front gate, ...
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