BEST WESTERN OL Stadium Hotel Beijing
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So some pictures were amazing, but for some reason or other didn't make it into the actual blog. Now is their moment to shine! Some of them are less than flattering, and some of them we just ran out of space for - meaning MORE PANDAS!!! So brace yourselves for Laura and Emily's random picture ...
... different drinks to try--mine was a strawberry frozen drink that was really delicious and cold for once! For our meal, we ordered 3 different small pizzas-- traditional, supreme, and Florida. The waiter then asked us for something else (we assumed a sauce) but there was no English translation for what he was asking for on the menu so we just randomly pointed to a couple things. The pizza's ended up being really good ...
... centre for them to look at Gem's infected bite on her leg (it looked like one single bubble from super-sized industrial bubble wrap on her calf). We were told we would need to hit up the hospital, so we did.We must have looked like lost tourists in the Hospital but they were very friendly and actually pretty swift and clinical (which I wasn't sure if I was expecting or not). In and out within 2hrs with 2sets of pills, a creme and Gem having had ...
... a sixteen-year restoration project to repair and restore all buildings in the Forbidden City to their pre-1912 state. Incidentally, the Hollywood film, The Last Emperor (1987), a biographical film about Puyi, was the first feature film ever authorised by the government of the People's Republic of China to be filmed in the Forbidden City. The city is surrounded by by an 8 metre high wall, a 52 metre wide by 6 metre deep moat. The wall is pierced by a gate on each ...
... ducks in a local man made pond (the largest non-pet creatures I had seen in Beijing, which is a bit sad).
Wednesday night also had CRCC arrange for us to see the Chaoyang acrobatics show. It was a blast and I have some pictures from it, but to really do it justice you have to watch some of the videos. Here are a few, from my facebook page, so I don't know how well they will play with non-friends- regardless, I think I ...