Fenghuang Suyuan Hotel
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... t like it. We brought snacks in our suitcases and peanut ************ers have held me over. Kamie has been eating beef jerky. We really haven't been hungry or we've been too tired to eat so that's nice. A vacation where you lose weight... works for me.
Today was the first time a Chinese person simply walked-up and blatantly took my picture. I smiled and kept walking. I knew being blonde would be different here but I am a ...
... the Great Hall of the People and the National Museum of China. As we had been warned there is a large police and army presence, we saw a number of younger people having their identity cards checked before they could enter the square.
Back to the main shopping strip for food. Checked the guide book for a restaurant serving duck but couldn't locate it. By chance we found a magnificent one in a ...
... about 5 of the Pandas. The Pandas still draw large crowds. The best time to see these animals is first thing in the morning will they are eating. After they have had their fill of bamboo they go to sleep for most of the day. Our next visit was to a factory where they make pottery vases. The process is ...
... around Beijing. It was still a pretty long day and I have seen the Olympic stadiums before, so secretly I was happy to give them a miss. Back on the bus for a two hour journey to the hotel; I just hope the driver drops us at the hotel! No problem getting back to the hotel thankfully, just took a few hours! The trip has now come to an end and what better way to conclude it then with a McDelivery! 5am wake up ...
... would be worse off. Now China loves their pandas and makes every use of them (exploit the fact they have them) where possible; t-shirts, panda hats, diplomacy. I pay the entrance fee and then when I get to the panda enclosure I then have to pay an additional fee to see the furry bears. It's still only an extra €0.50. I love all animal species, whether you look like a beautiful, elegant giraffe or one of those fish that have swam up the ugly stream since birth. ...