Courtyard by Marriott Beijing Northeast
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... in China over another delicious meal. We experienced some interesting Chinese dishes such as pigs blood and duck tongue. I tried everything and it was great! An interesting thing I learned throughout the week in China is that people in Beijing rarely speak English. Jilly had told me that this was the first time she was speaking English since the ATW80 program from the year before. It was nice being able to speak with them. I ...
Day two in Beijing and I seem to be trying to set a record for the most activities you can pack into one day. I started with a visit to the Forbidden City with a most useful audio tour as my companion. I then climbed up the hill that comprises Jingshan Park. As the entire geography of Beijing is as flat as a mahjong board this hill comes as quite a surprise. I read on the information board that it was constructed from the soil which was excavated to make the 50m moat around the ...
... Before the matches we sat outside and had a beer listening to live music and watching dancing in one of the bars. A lovely Chinese lady at the table next to us gave me a tennis ball from the tournament. Watched Novak Djovic play Sam Querry in the quarter finals of the Men's Singles Tournament, and then the Ladies Double. A lovely evening and a fantastic ...
Hello! Had fun indeed. I LOVED walking the wall. That was a trek which obviously could not have happened if I had gone with my 5 friends… so I met up with new people and we hiked! I used every bit of my 3 hours on the wall hiking, there were no camels (but then we went to the Mutinyu portion which is apparently less crowded, and then I tobogganed down! It was wonderful. I think Carrie and I are going to shop eat and then I might need to go see the Olympic sites tonight ...
... and indicate the seat nearest. She bursts into laughter and, seeming to be in a good move, allocates me my preferred seat. It takes FOREVER! Everything has to be entered manually into what appears to be one of the first MS DOS computer programs ever developed. And I mean everything! My name, passport number, expiry date, visa number, place of birth, date of birth, everything! Of course, I get the one person in the world who works exclusively ...