Da Fang Hotel
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... to lunch. The restaurant was busy and we had to wait for our table but conveniently there was a silk shop next door and we had a whirlwind tour of the shop and saw first hand how they made silk from the silk worm to silk quilts.
It was then time to head to our a private dining room with a round table (and the obligatory lazy susan) in a popular chinese restaurant where we had a fabulous lunch. Like all chinese meals over here, we ...
... to the <a href="http://www.ebeijing.gov.cn/featur e_2/BeijingSubway/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">subway</a>, and caught a train to Xidan, then changed to another train to Tian'anmen East. We got out and found our way across to the square. Somehow we managed to herd ourselves towards where we were going, but not before we marvelled (maybe wrong choice of word) at the amazing amount of smog that was in the air today, considering how it looked the previous time ...
... drinks so we ordered some burgers and fries and daiquiris and a big drink that was like a fish bowl. The hostess/lady who owns the bar bought us two rounds of shots which was a lot of fun. We had a few drinks, sang along to the song, some smoked some hookah, danced a little and had a good time. I definitely enjoyed the vibe of that bar lot more than Sensations that we went to last ...
... toboggan-like slide thing you can take to SLIDE your way down to the bottom! One of the reasons we chose to go to Mutianyu is for the SLIDE! However, if it is raining, they shut it down L So after a few calls to the boys, we figured, 'to hell with them!’ and made a mad dash back to the slide entrance! UNFORTUNATELY it was closed already!!!
We later learned that they had closed the ...
... I can't think what else to call her! - talked us through 5 different teas; how to prepare and brew them, how to drink them and what health properties they each had. Oolong, Pu-er, Jasmine, Fruit (lychee and rosebuds) and Christmas pudding tea. Well, that's what it smelt like! We came away with some very expensive tea ... as the ceremony was free. A wander around Hou Hai, a lake whose name means the backside of the sea (so called as when the Mongolians penetrated the Great ...