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... up in one of their bars, where the Ritz Carlton's General Manager Tarik Temucin joined us and we were served wine and drinks. As we were having dinner at the hotels too we quickly went on to our first stop on our "dinnertour" - and yes I said "dinnertour"! We were not just having an 'ordinary' great five-star hotel dinner in one restaurant - No! Instead we were having starters/apatizers at the hotels' steakhouse, our main courses at their Italian restaruant (and yes we did have two ...
Early start this morning as we are heading out through peak hour Beijing traffic and driving for 2 hours to the Great Wall. Every morning as we sit at the window having breakfast, we are fascinated by the scene through the window as the locals commence their day. Traffic, people , carts, bikes, street cleaners, car horns, the aroma of breakfast being cooked on street corners..... Our trip this morning took us past the Olympic site and many other ...
... ready to enter the famous Forbidden City, we just needed to buy the tickets. The admission fee was surprisingly reasonable: RMB 40 for adults and RMB 20 for students. Although we couldnīt believe it they had audio guides even in Czech language so my parents rented one (RMB 40, no deposit required) in order to fully enjoy their visit of the Forbidden City.
Forbidden City was the imperial palace for 24 emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It was first ...
breakfasts we have been enjoying for the last week, I have
particularly enjoyed the Chinese vegetables, salads and soup while
Pete loves the variety, especially the fruit but also including his
all-time favourite of bacon and eggs.
breakfast we focus on organising our bags. We have managed to stay
well under our limits but we have bought a bulky silk duvet inner,
copying off John and Wendy who had bought one in China ...
... the details. I took some pictures of neat and beautiful vases and statues.
Our last stop of our Beijing tour was a Hutong. Hutongs are old neighborhoods that surround the Forbidden city, in the Inner city area. They’re small, stone alleyways that city officials used to live in. This is the only property in Beijing that doesn’t need to be handed back to the government 70 years after purchase, and can be handed down to future generations. Although ...