Days Inn Joiest Beijing
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... 8211; not even an offer to take us to the Pearl
markets was accepted – it was back to the hotel for some R&R before being
picked up at 6.40pm for a trip to the Red Theatre to see the Kung Fu show which
was a lovely way to finish the day. All very colourful, energetic and symbolic – understood by the boys much more than the Mums – evidenced by them correcting us when we tried to recap the story going home ...
... bags back and head off to the market. We made our way down a gorgeous pedestrian mall, with such lovely architecture. We found a Starbucks, right near the entrance. Forgive us, but the idea of coffee and something to eat was extremely enticing, as most of us hadn't eaten yet. We spent a very nice, leisurely time in Starbucks, chilling out and enjoying the 3 star toilet (yes, they are rated). We then wandered into the market that was just a short walk away and it was ...
... of stray animals around and trash in the streets. Once we walked around there for a while, Wei took us to the river portion of the district that was surrounded by over 100 bars. We didn't have the chance to go into any of them, but we got to walk around and peek into some of them--each little bar had its own theme and the area seemed super lively and fun. We are hoping to have some time before we leave Beijing to go back and try a couple of the ...
This was a tough, tired journey. At check in, I took the girls to the loo whereupon Minnie discovered a squatting toilet. "Mummy the toilet's gone," she said, earnestly. Harry now knows how to sleep on his mummy. I like that. He slept on me for 3hours during the flight. Lovely. We arrived in Beijing late at night - around 11pm - and must confess we were nervous about getting through customs as Harry's chickenpox spots were evident and we had already been held ...
... by emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for annual ceremones of prayer to heaven for good harvest. It was constructed in the 1400's, same guy who built the Forbidden City.
This was the site of the Paralympic torch; the ground and pavement also shows signs of wear.
There are 3 temples: Temple of Sun, Temple of Earth, Temple of Moon. This structure has also been attacked and damaged so it's ...