Days Inn Joiest Beijing
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... Perfect!! He gave Joerg verbal directions and wrote the name of the restaurant in Chinese for us on a slip of paper. After checking into the hotel, and freshening up, Joerg lead us out into the streets of Beijing. Joerg stopped after a while and thought we should be turning down a side street. We showed the slip of paper to a friendly looking family and sure enough we were at the street we needed to head down. The only problem: there were several restaurants on this street. We tried ...
... with the main road. Derek runs Beca's building engineering operation in China and has lived in Beijing for 11 years. Rarely seen in a suit, today he was in his trademark t-shirt and jeans in which, unlike nearly all 55 year-old men, he actually looks good. Singaporean, his parents come from China. Derek is a generous, honest warm-hearted man with a wonderful easy manner and a great sense of humour. On top of this he is the same age as me, yet looks 40 - I hate him. We got ...
... Square and the Temple of Heaven Park will have to be visited on our final day in Beijing.
Tomorrow we have booked to go to Jinshanling, a section of The Great Wall about 125km outside Beijing, which we are both excited about. It's a 6am start though so early nights for us!
Will upload the photos from today when we do tomorrow's entry.
... I found the old trees (mostly Pine and Cedar) fascinating. We even found a Gingko tree that is over a thousand year old and yet vibrant with new leaf. Chinese considers old tree like an old person showing tenacity and gumption in the face of aging. They both deserve admiration and respect.
Tiananmen Square, as usual, were full of people. I caught "an international encounter" when a young Chinese boy found a western girl interesting and ran straight to ...
... Tiananmen, we visited one of the coolest buildings I have ever seen, the newly constructed Beijing Opera House. This building is basically half an egg on it's side that is surrounded by a pool of water (and I mean surrounded, like you actually walk in a hallway under the hallway to get there) that is covered in metal and glass so the sun reflects off of it just right. Photo-ops? I think yes. Also, in the park around the opera house, ...