Celebrity International Grand Hotel Beijing
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We worked this last Sunday morning to lunch time. A wind had blown through from midnight and incredibly cleared away the smog, to show a beautiful clear day with real blue sky. Never thought I see something so beautiful after 5 days of disgusting smog that was all pervading.
After lunch, Trevor and I packed up the stand, and came back to …
... This was the third and final leg of the Trans Siberian railway journey and the train was a Chinese one. The layout was very different, we were on bunk beds and had a shared loo with the carriage next door. I was told the first train out of Moscow was the nicest but this was our favourite of the 3 trains.
... dining room upgrade that gives us limitless beer, water, tea and a quieter sun deck, though there is in fact no sun just low rather oppressive cloud. We calculated at three beers a day we were quids in given the price of the beverage on board. The room is rather better than any hotel we have been in yet, en-suite, with a little balcony. Roz and I set about destroying its allusions of grandeur as we got down to some smalls washing. A group of Australians joining a ...
... of Chinese gather in parks to dance, do Tai Chi and play card games. I even came across some Karaoke singers, which I found very funny! I think one of the men saw me giggling because he grabbed my hand and forced me to do some ballroom dancing with him in front of an amused audience in the park. I was very embarrassed, however it probably served me right for laughing!
Saturday, March 9th 2013
Here's the verdict. Since the start of our trip in China, we've been under the impression that Beijing was a very dirty city. Now don't get me wrong! I've seen less poluted cities but Chinese winters call for strong winds. We witnessed this yesterday with winds up to 75 km/hour. The winds come from the ...