Four Points by Sheraton Beijing, Haidian Hotel and Serviced Apartments
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Our travel to China began flying from the closest airport Oakland, International Aiport en route to LAX on the afternoon of July 31, 2013. Our actual boarding date with Air China was at 0100 in the early morning of August 1, 2013.
We arrived LAX at a little past 12:30 pm, hoping to see if our son and his girlfriend would be able to come …
... City. They only had 2 hours inside so I decided to wait and do it on my own as it's huge. We then got the meal that I had come to China for - Peking duck. It was immense :D so tasty. They did amazing pancakes with the duck and then fried the bones in cumin... Delicious! £9 including beer and so much duck there were leftovers!We had a much needed lie in for the first time in ages, especially as we had had a few beers the night before. We somehow had managed to convince ...
... behind Christmas, but in that way, it is also like home. It does get you into the spirit of the season, though, still seeing all the decorations. I think it makes people instantly happier when seeing coloured lights dancing in the tree branches, It does to me, anyway.
Christmas Eve was spent in a restaurant on campus, with us having our own private room. I had my friends Margaux and Vesliana join us, as well as my amazing ...
... or cheese in them. They were quite delicious. We also had do it yourself sushi. It was fun because we got to roll up the sushi like burritos (which is also how the Japanese people ate it). It was quite a fun afternoon and I enjoyed learning a little bit about Japan and Japanese culture from the families.
Alright, on to day one in Beijing. I'll try to remember everything our tour guide, Justin, told us about the sites we saw. The first site we saw was ...
... in China is a near death experience even if they do have a count down to green on traffic lights. We then hit the temple of heaven park which was very tranquil after the market. Saw some amazing temples, man practicing with nun chucks, ladies doing tai-chi & an old lady washing her false teeth in the public toilets! I'd just discovered toilets are holes in the ground which took me by surprise let alone the old lady. After that we jumped in a taxi to see ...