FuramaXpress Hotel (Beijing Zhong Guan Cun)
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... quiet and peaceful, but at either end it was connected to huge main roads busting at the seams with cars and people. On our first full day we went to the centre to see the main sights Tianemen Square and walk through the Forbidden City which is absolutely huge! When in the forbidden city we was unable to find the main entrance to the inside of the forbidden city ...
... went out and about to a viewpoint overlooking the Forbidden city. Despite a lot of walking Rach said it was great and even more so because it was just ten yuan.
As Rose had perked up a bit after her sleep and was no longer nauseous, I went out to meet the others. Rach and Lei along with Dan had gone straight from their day trip to his couch surfing host's flat in an expensive area of Beijing. Me and Alvaro were sent directions by text and thought it would be fine ...
Ok so after a slightly crazy start to the day we finally managed to get breakfast and get ready for the tour. I managed to take a slight detour (with a man i was later to learn is called james) on the way to the bus with a man who immediately insulted me by asking if i was Australian. Yes he still has both legs and was very quickly informed that I am a Kiwi ;-)
The bus ride was fun and it amazes me how even when you have travelled ...
... Cafe for the buffet breakfast. They have Chinese, Western, and Japanese food to choose from. I head over to the Chinese food and load up on veggies, fried rice and bacon. It was delicious. Add in a cup of black tea and I'm a really happy girl. My gnawing hunger from the night before didn't stand a chance. A quick trip back up to the room to grab our stuff for the day and we meet up with our guide to head out. First on the agenda is ...
... a variety, we brought it all back to our room and ate picnic-style on the bed. The food included smoked Chinese pork sausages (anybody from Eastern Europe would have LOVED them!!), some braised pork feet with soy sauce (cartaligey!), some salads (one of chinese cabbage, and one of seaweed), and some beer! A damn tasty finish to a very long day. :)
Saturday, September 8
This day ended up being a bit of a lost day for touring, but ...
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