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 …
... 13,170 miles (21,196 kilometers) from east to west of China. It is over 600 years old and was built to stop invasions into China by the Huns from the north (no rabbits I am afraid)..Absolutely spectacular scenery and lots and lots of steps and steep slopes, it was time for the cable car up and back to the highest point - another tick for the bucket list - I am not sure if the photos will do it justice!
Onto the bus for the ...
... squat toilet whilst using her iPhone! An experience! We went into 3 different little bars; one specialising in beers, even Sticky Toffee Beer from Wells (Bedfordshire not Somerset). We had a Tiger beer. Walking on a bit further we found a really kitsch bar with a spiral staircase leading to an area upstairs done out like a tart's boudoir! We had some cocktails: I had a Marguerita and Will had a Whiskey Sour. We then found another trendy bar and had a final gin and tonic. The bars ...
last night was my first evening in Beijing and after talking to Peter from Belgium in the hostel we decided to brave it and try the local food. There is a lot to choose from but being the adventurer decided to pop down a side street to find a place full of Chinese people as this would clearly be the sign of a good gaff to eat in. We soon found one which just had room for us and in ...
... however like in India, where they seem to have curry for every meal, the Chinese have either rice or noodles, or both, with every meal. It certainly makes it an easy guess if you are wondering what's for dinner tonight. As earlier, this country is galloping to westernisation, advertising is to the fore especially. Two main guys advertising near our hotel, good old Daniel Craig with his advert for the Omega 007 watch. (Now remind me, I'm sure he is a British ...