Fenghuang Suyuan Hotel
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... to stop production to reduce pollution. We believe that it is likely that they have done this again, because the days were glorious with clear blue skies. Also the streets are really clean despite the population pressure with lots of bins, both general and recycling. There are loads of clean public toilets, although unlike western toilets they are communal (segregated men and women) and "hole in the floor". It was a little confronting crouching next to a complete stranger ...
... wanted to help me heal and I had a very positive feeling in the pit of my stomach the day that I went to meet the doctor for the first time. After explaining the main problem that was happening to me, he did his first acupuncture treatment. I had had acupuncture before but for some reason this was different. The needles he used were thicker and along with doing acupuncture, he also did different things like chiropractic work, cupping (just on the neck) ...
... Chinese delicacy, which turned into quite a feast!
So onto the Temple itself. The Temple was like nothing I have seen before as I was expecting one building like a type of fancy church. However it was a mega complex in a park which would roughly about the size of Edinburgh city centre.
The first part of the Temple that we visited was known as the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests where the Emperor prayed for good ...
... consumed one coke and one beer from the refrigerator. I paid the bill and went back to the room to wait for 0915. After boarding the bus, David called a few names of people that had not settled their bills yet; my name was surprisingly called for a coke charge. My response was that I told them what I had consumed (one coke and one beer), and if they didn’t charge the right amount, it was not my problem. So I paid for the coke and re-boarded ...
Well, it is one day [*] after I disembarked the longest train journey of my life. One hundred and thirty two hours, thirty four minutes and four seconds to be precise! Running over a seven day period from Tuesday 30th April until Monday 6th May. 7,858km over two continents and three countries. 33 stops in total including Moscow at the start and Beijing at the end.
So, to update of my antics between the ...