Boyue Beijing Hotel
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... burger", steamed breads sliced in half and stuffed with a combination of mystery ingredients all chopped up together on a hot griddle. Our favourite stop spot on the bikes was probably the temple of heaven, set in a large leafy garden where on the weekends, Beijing goes for its outdoor leisure. At every corner, there are ballroom dancers, opera singers and musicians - one of whom even let me play out a very out-of-tune "happy birthday" on his Erhu, a 1000 year old ...
... they were selling pig's trotters. Goat apparently. Any way it was a colourful place, bright and busy and we stocked up on snacks for the coming train journey. We dined in a hot pot restaurant where each diner is given an on-table burner above which sits a pot of stock. In to this is dropped a variety of foods placed communally on the table: cabbage, thinly sliced meats, egg, tofu, noodles and several more I can not remember. While your selected foods are cooking in ...
... spent about an hour in the park. Rick joined a paddle game, I joined a little dance group, we watched groups play cards, knit small stuffed animals, participate in Zumba like exercise and observed older men paint calligraphy on the pathways. The park draws locals each and every day and we rejoiced in having an opportunity to participate in the every day life of Beijing people. After a walk around ...
... mine worse than Gerry's) & walking, let alone carrying a 15kg rucksack the following day was 'interesting' to say the least!
My 40th was spent trekking round the forbidden city etc all day in ideal preparation for the hike the following day- not! We could barely walk before we started and our calves have only just recovered...but it was thoroughly worth it.
Also need to say something about the food: not only did we eat an ...
Things are going per usual in the capital city of Beijing. The time surrounding Chunjie, or Spring Festival, was an overwhelming amount of vacation plans, class work, friends, and studying. Three weekends ago marked the end of Spring Festival with two lantern festivals in Beijing (and many more throughout the rest of China), and now things are back to normal.
The weather in Beijing has been getting increasingly warmer since our return from Nanjing. My friends and I joked ...