Dragon Spring Hotel Beijing
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... feeding her noodles. Rather funny to watch a girl eat long noodles well sleeping.
Everyone is still asleep...coming on 10 hours so it looks like the waking up at 1AM (noon your time) to play has been averted...for now.
Today's adventure, changing money and possibly a park for the kids.
Chat later if the internet works..
... around the hotel. We had a vegetarian dinner in the restaurant here (szchewan healthy vegetables and rice), elegantly presented with little bouquet of herbs and a carnation on the side of the dish. The menu was humoungous, mercifully with pictures and English - but we weren't that hungry and the donkey or fish head stew did not appeal. Ordered a beer to share cause the beers are rather large. We crashed at 8 pm having been up for some ...
... of crazy drivers and even crazier bike
riders on mainly clapped out bikes towing over-laden trailers, some
with both motor and pedal power, lots of tooting – total bedlam.We were pleasantly surprised with our hotel, the reception area is huge and
ornate with lots of granite, and our room is large as well with a
very comfortable bed and nice bathroom with the nice little extras of
combs, toothbrushes, shampoos, slippers etc. As with all other
... squid” – love it!
Once back...we pretty much did nothing for the evening in preparation for the next day...We were up at 6:30 for breakfast at 7 to go to THE GREAT WALL!!! We were up at 6:30 for our free breakfast at 7; scramble eggs, bacon and toast - pretty decent! Then we had a 2 hour bus ride which Lara and Laura slept for most of whilst Kevin and I got talking to some guys who are at a Kung Fu school for a year = Immensely insane! We arrived ...
We got back on the bus again, pleased to be back in the air con, as we were tired, grimy, grubby and sweaty. We still had one more place to visit today though, the Summer Palace and Imperial Garden.
We had about half an hour on the bus before we arrived at the Palace. The driver parked the bus and we all got off, and Robert and our guide Sherry took us into the palace grounds. There were many gilded statues, pagodas ...