Free Town Apartment Hotel of Beijing
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... there were a traditional chinese performance with dancers and entertainers, which was a very funny experience, especially when Brian was invited to the stage and was put in a pot a woman then juggled with, with her feed. At dinner Benson was also telling us about the chinese culture and which things it's important for us to know before heading out in the business world in China and Asia and what stood out is the two R's - Respect and ...
... citizens were not allowed to see the emperor so it was demanded of them they stay indoors when the emperor made his way to the summer palace. Imagine if our politicians tried that!! We then went to the hutong area and had lunch with a local family. Lunch was a home cooked meal with an assortment of Chinese dishes. Delicious!! The lady of the house played us a musical piece from her traditional Chinese instrument. A rickshaw ride was the next on our agenda. It was humorous to ...
... sorry for all those mistreated sad animals.
At night we gathered the last fragments of our energy and went out for dinner. Firstly, we were keen on trying the famous Peking Roast Duck and secondly, we wanted to celebrate the last night together with my parents. The duck (only breast) was delicious and we even picked tasty side dishes (fried rice with beef, vegetable salad and fried bamboo shoots). After dinner everybody realized that there was nothing left, our trip ...
... over 5 thousand miles. The section we went to was constructed along the ridge of the mountain range making the feat even more impressive. Before getting to the Wall I was skeptical on how impressive it would be, but on seeing it I was totally blown away and it is by far the most impressive site we have been to so far. We hiked along the wall for about 4 hours accompanied by a local women who slowly became our guide after being very persistent but not at all pushy (which is a ...
... yet to find any - even on the subway. We gave up looking for the lakes and went to the Olympic park. Whilst great in the day it comes alive at night with lights, street entertainment and an excited atmosphere. John seems to be missing home as we went to a pizza and pasta restaurant for tea, he then had cravings for mars bar - we found a snickers bar instead and he fancies going to the cinema. . . just need to find that Chinese to English film phrase book for him ...