China Travel Service Plaza Hotel
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... on the east side was the length of the east wall!
Obligatory photo with Mao on Tianamen Gate. The square was very busy with huge numbers of people coming to look at the gate and on through to the Forbidden City. The gate is important as this is where the Communist Revolution's success was announced. The square is enormous, a huge road runs through close to the gate, and the main square is surrounded with large formal buildings including ...
... took it quite easy: slept in, had brunch and then we tried to go to one of the street markets but we had trouble finding it so we went back to the hostel. For dinner we had Peking duck at one of the most famous places and it was really tasty: a thick and crispy shell and then soft meat beneath. The chef came and cut the whole thing up in front of you (very professionally) and the whole experience is definitely a must when visiting Beijing (and not too expensive ...
... to help me.
In fact the one Saturday night I was actually home in bed at 9pm due to not feeling too well. I did wake up at midnight to go out and watch the football before going back to bed. Thankfully Tracy landed back here on the morning of the 20th August at 6am I got the first subway to the airport to meet her. I was so excited, as I spent the whole time expecting a Skype call saying she wasn’t coming back as she missed everyone ...
... little neighborhood shops. Lots of impressions and sooo hot! When you look out of the apartment it looks overcast and not to hot; but when you get outside it is humid and smoggy.
The kids took to all the fruit and wanted the biggest watermelon they could find (nobody wanted to carry it back though!)
In the evening we went on the very efficient subway (1 every 2 minutes, to everywhere in the city for $0.50 each) to Tiananmen square. Here ...
... filthy, overpopulated metropolis. However, being replete with Central Asian consulates it was an appropriate location in which to begin the necessary battle against time in acquiring our permit to the many countries on our proposed journey. We began with Kazakhstan. Apparently the Kazakh embassy in Beijing is a notoriously difficult location for obtaining a visa. Having read many other traveller's reports of the embassy's chaotic and overly extensive bureaucratic ...