Taoran Garden Hotel
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... schedule is on the wall in each cabin and tells you the plan and times- in Mongolian. There is a dinner carriage. It has soft drink (¥5), beer (¥5) and meals from ¥25 onwards. There is a smoking area right near here so, if you can not be around smoke then it may be a short visit to the dining carriage. The views going by are amazing. You can see smaller towns and the mountains and on a good day parts of the Great Wall. So far this train feels ...
... white rice, fried rice, a sort of salad dish, and two "pancake" dishes. The pancake dishes looked like a quasadia but instead of tortia there was pancake and inside one was pork and the other was vegetables. We also had a dish of beer chicken that came in some vegetables. I tried a yellow vegetable that looked like a large cornel of corn which ended up being super spicey to me. Another unusual element was that the bites of chicken had bones in them still so we had to ...
... and enjoyed a sizzling beef, chicken and ginger, steamed vegetables and rice. Every morsel was delicious! My plan was to buy some "silk" with my birthday money and I did just that at the Yuan Hou Silk Factory. We were fascinated by the whole process of making the quilts - silk threads of approximately 8 000 double cocoons have been used to make our new king sized quilt. It has been posted courtesy of a very expensive China Post package and is on its way ...
... helped by ordering for us :-) bless him. Bish decided to ask what was good, 'pigs feet' he replied - what?! Really?! We didn't go with his recommendation!
The following day we decided to head down to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City but this soon changed when we saw the queues!! Everyone gets up so ...
... can cook them at Shaoyuan, the Beida student dorms. We have a kitchen in our dorm but it only consists of long, narrow counters, a sink, and a hot plate. The hot plate is workable, though, so the idea of getting a pot for some tang yuan is mighty tempting!
好奇 Hàoqí: Curious
As I am spending more and more time here, the amount of time left between me and my flight back to Colorado is getting significantly shorter. While checking my messages today, ...