Four Points by Sheraton Beijing, Haidian Hotel and Serviced Apartments
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... Hutong tour we stopped and went inside a house that was renovated for the 2008 Olympics. We saw pictures of the owner when ah was younger and Gerry showed us how he learned how to write Chinese calligraphy. After the pedicabs, we went to a Chinese Acrobat show. The acrobat show was wonderful! Eight motorcyclists rode inside a steel globe and 10 girls spun 10 plates each all at ...
Our 13-1/2 hour flight and 13 hour time change ended at 7:00pm at the Beijing International Airport. The airport is huge -- after walking a good distance, we took a train several miles and then walked some more to the baggage claim area. We had our bags in 15-20 minutes and buzzed through Customs (they only randomly x-rayed bags). Jo, our tour guide, met us with a China Spree sign outside of Baggage Claim and told us that she would ...
... shaped houses grouped around a courtyard. Some of them were beautiful and some of them were very ramshackle with dusty old bikes, laundry hanging up and birds hung in cages at the doorway. I was in the un-touristy residential part at first, and felt completely safe. Once again, people were so interested and constantly said hello and tried to have a chat - mostly in Chinese! I found a coffee shop and had a latte, then visited the slightly touristy, ...
Off early to see the Great Wall what a wonderful place wasn't a clear day and their was a bit of snow but it was pretty amazing. The walk down was steep and uneven but easy but the walk up was exhausting. Also went to the jade factory and enamel factory which had lots of pretty ...
... a big city. Now, you may remember, that our city is over 1.5 million, but it really does feel small! And it's certainly not modern. In Beijing we could eat at restaurants with cuisines from around the world, shop for anything we liked, and take the subway to get around. Compared to Zhuhai it feels....civilized. I think we've been in China so long that things have become normal to us. It was hard for us to see Beijing with the eyes of an American. From what we can ...