Dewei International Hotel
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... names, etc. What a varied and fun group we are. Several of us decided we wanted to go to the Silk Market 1/3 mile down the street. Most of us do not like shopping, but we thought open market and good bargains on silk would be fun. Welllll, it turned out to be Silk STREET Market. Several mini-stores of high end clothing and shoes. Not what we were looking for.
Last night we met tour leader for first time and the remaining 4 ...
We arrived yesterday afternoon in Beijing. We are grateful to be staying in the same place for the next week. In fact, Mia would like to move here permanently...to the hotel. Today we visited Tianamen Square and the Forbidden City. Tianamen Square is the largest square in the world. On one end is the mausoleum where Mao is on permanent display. He died in 1976 and his body is in a glass coffin. This building is open for a half day several ...
... of stray animals around and trash in the streets. Once we walked around there for a while, Wei took us to the river portion of the district that was surrounded by over 100 bars. We didn't have the chance to go into any of them, but we got to walk around and peek into some of them--each little bar had its own theme and the area seemed super lively and fun. We are hoping to have some time before we leave Beijing to go back and try a couple of the ...
... crowd – KAI CLUB. Of course, not before picking up everybody’s must have drink! #bijiao
We’d lost the others to exhaustion, so it was just us 3 – Ben was a Kai Club virgin at this point:
Inside Kai: I applied Sepia to these photos to make it ...
“Is she in Lockie’s room?”
“I think so.”
“Can we go eat?”
“OMG I have never been so happy to hear a voice waking me up!”
“Mrs. Kemp, can we go eat?” "Yep. Be there in a minute!”
So, all ducklings are currently present and accounted for! (including all lost luggage) NOW, we can visit Beijing!
We started with a long walk ...