Exhibition Centre Hotel
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... he raised Peking opera to new heights. So glad I never have to sit through one (apparently they are interminable and the music shrill) but it was interesting learning about it. Particularly loved the photo of him and Charlie Chaplin!
Our actual target was Prince Gong's Mansion which is a huge complex built by a eunuch who was a favorite of one of the emperors. He gained great wealth thru graft and was not a favorite of the succeeding emperor who beheaded him ...
... back, and we stopped at a souvenir shop on campus, and I FINALLY bought some postcards. I will try to remember to post them tomorrow. I came back and checked in on Matt, who has been quite unwell for a day or so, but who appears to be much, much better. He was called away to meet with his group, so I decided to come and sort through today's photos and post this blog. Tomorrow is our presentation day, the following day is our farewell, then it's time to come home on Friday. ...
... south through a smaller road hoping to find some food.
· Of course, there were not any places that appeared suitable. Eventually, we found ourselves back at the main road that led across the northern part of Tiananmen square and turned East.
· Our Eastern pathway took us to a couple of Malls and we were able to find some food inside.
... ends and begins, we ask for the end and get into our proper place.
The bus arrives, and stops near our end of the queue and BAM we’re shoved towards the bus like it’s Noah’s Ark! There ARE other buses, people (then again if you missed this one, you’d have to wait 2 hours for the next)!! When I say shove, I don’t mean like a cute facebookesque poke, I mean SHOVE ...
... equivalent here - twice weekly "wine and dine" evenings for about 25 around 2 communal tables in a house in the hutong district. These evenings are for Westerners, but the food created by the professional chefs is very much Chinese and of a good standard. A very enjoyable evening with good company, but I'm not sure it quite merits the current TripAdvisor rating of No 1 restaurant in Beijing. To be certain of going book at least one month in advance. Earlier today I went ...