Doubletree by Hilton Beijing
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It was -23 degrees when we left the hotel and as we were walking down the length of the platform to find our carriage on the train we felt the coldest we have ever felt. Even Wills said, if he had known it was going to be that cold he might have worn his hat. …
... sharing with 2 Chinese women who seemed nice enough but didn't speak a word of English and Leigh sed the woman next to him thought nothing but to spit a massive greenie into the bin by him, nice! Wonderful we spent the night with 2 snorers.. At least they managed to get a good nights sleep! At first I thought it was Leigh snoring but when I looked below he was wide awake like myself... I think in total we managed about 2hours sleep each... What a ...
... hard and achieve a much better life for their families. It is wonderful to see.
They took us out to a great meal (Nine Dragons Restaurant), which included steamed fish, Peking Duck, lotus root fried in duck pate, and jicama soaked in sugar water and served with mango and blueberry compote. After lunch Kaela danced for everyone. It was a good visit and they were totally taken with Kaela. Most of their ...
... trying to check off my Beijing Bucket List. I have been to the Drum Tower, The Bell Tower, Bei Hai park, Hou Hai (an beautiful bar area around Hou Lake that is full of Chinese courtyard houses and outdoor cafes, live music, and bars) and I am still trying to check off a few more things.
I have to get over to the silk market and purchase a few key items to make a Harry Potter costume for the movie premier on July 14th. I will be driving up to Des Moines to watch ...
... are much bigger than expected, we've over ordered. As we walk around you start to see how different Beijing is to Shanghai, for starters not as many sky scrapers, many more tourists roaming around and it just feels like things are moving at a slighty slower here, but that's only first impressions at this point. We get to the hotel for an early night as tomorrow we plan to visit the Great Wall & Ming ...