Empark Grand Hotel
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... Two huge lions flank the stairway into the main building. Though they both have manes one is a female. They look exactly alike except the left hand of the male is resting on a round ball and the left hand of the female is resting on a cubs tummy. Lions like this can be seen all over China. The city has 9999.5 rooms and is comprised of three sections; The Political, the Living with its countless rooms for the multitude of concubines and the Imperial ...
... and wait- in the station. So we jump off with the important and expensive stuff and head inside. The border station is very basic. Toilets (squat), and a small mini mart-like shop. Then chairs everywhere. The shop takes Chinese, US, an I saw Euro. Did not take Australian. The group decided to keep drinking through out the crossing, so I joined in. Bottle of Stolichnaya vodka and a mixer for USD$15. The night wore on and the drinks kept going. Some people were ...
... touch screen in flight monitors. Unfortunately they were a bit hit and miss in terms of their sensitivity, so it was like someone playing percussion on the back of your seat. After a very long flight which included a dinner of dumplings and Chinese beer at the Guangzhou airport we completed the final leg of our flight to Beijing. We were so exhausted, eventually arriving ...
Visited the largest city square in the world today. We were amazed by the numbers of people visiting when Gin Gin suggests it's quiet here today. The Chinese flag is raised at Sunrise and lowered again at Sunset. We were very lucky to see a change of the guard as that only happens every two hours.
There is a picture of Chairman Mao above the gate to the Forbidden City.Apparently this picture is repainted every year.
... money, which worked a treat!! Another fab evening raising money for the Migrant Children Foundation.
Friday Andy stayed in & kept me company, and we ordered in some food & watched a DVD which was nice.
Saturday I felt a bit better so we had a slow walk into town for coffee & some food, in the evening Andy went out for a friends Birthday celebration, cake & champagne. Sunday, again a little walk into town & met up with a few friends.
Andy did ...