Southern Sky Pearl Express Hotel
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... same road space. Same rule here as in Hanoi: the bigger the vehicle, the more rights it has. Along with the lowly pedestrians, the cyclists got no respect. So while we tried to weave in and out of traffic in such a way as to keep all our limbs intact, we focused so much on the riding that we didn't get to see the hutongs. Once or twice, Pierre and I cursed and yelled in Quebecois patois at cars careening onto the bike paths to drop off ...
... captains drinks and very lame dancing. 1950 Caberet style which required a couple of Singapore Slings to survive For our first cruising experience it's pretty basic and not like an ocean cruise but it's ok. The buffet meals are pretty awful, the worst food we have had in China which is to be expected on the budget style cruise. Cabin is good quite large with a ...
... a month employing twenty thousand men and thousands of mules and horses. It is said that a well was dug every 500 meters along the way and the well water was poured on the ground so as to form an icy road which could facilitate land boat transportation. (TravelChinaGuide.com)
We met up with the bus at the other end of the Forbidden City and drove to a local restaurant for lunch. It was a huge feast with many courses, accompanied by plenty of Tsingtao beer.
... us. We arrived back in Beijing about 5 and were ravenous, having not had any lunch and having done a considerable amount of walking, so we decided to do as we had after our previous wall trip and walk to ghost street. In fact, we decided to go to the same restaurant, having been so impressed with the food. Kim was on a roll with her sweet and sour pork, so we ordered that again, as well as some Chinese roast pork with potatoes (which was a surprise), stir fried broccoli and ...
... Hutong is a Mongolian word meaning water well which originated during the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) .In the old time with the digging of new wells, came the new communities. Later it was referred to as narrow streets or lanes (about 9 metres or 30 feet wide) formed by quadrangle courtyards . Our elderly rickshaw driver had no problem peddling us around thru the alleys/ out into the streets, along the Shichahai Lake side ...