Doubletree by Hilton Beijing
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Started the day at what we thought was 7.00 am. Both had a quick shower, packed our backpacks and went down to breakfast only to find the restaurant in darkness. Turns out it was only 5.20 am. We had forgotten that our phones would not change the time zone without internet access. It means we had only had about 3 hours sleep. So I did what I always …
... or tandem seat and awning. Many a family has been raised in Beijing by the bread winner who pedals his load to its destination. Motorized versions are also popular. Small electric motors are added to regular bicycles, most often for older riders, or light commercial drivers. Larger versions scale up to pickup size using a motorcycle base, but those are expensive, used only by the most serious transport services, and, of course, pizza delivery. ...
... 8216;Just had my tea, think I’ll watch X-Factor now, LOL’ on them and post them back to all your contacts?” It’s the first time on our trip that I thought he might hit me! Anyway, so what with the netbook issue, and the fact that my camera is consistently providing great photos too, Dan is going through the technological equivalent of ‘penis envy’.
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Beijing's imperial past gives its many unique landmarks to visit. Each site seems to have a particular purpose for which it was used. In some cases it was only used once a year. Today, these sites are no longer used by Emperors. Instead they are visited by hordes of tourists. Having visited many temples during my time in China going to one in Beijing was a change. Most of the temples I have visited have been connected to Buddhism. Many of the ...
... at the top to Fergie and blowing bubbles with a toy gun... I didn't say I was normal ;-) After a family style traditional lunch complete with Chinese beers and Disco B almost left behind, we were off. Traffic on the way back was horrendous, a true reminder of China's population enormity. But we made it back just in time for an acrobatics show of contortionists, men jumping through some very high ...