Grand Metropark Yuantong Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... s parents, traveling with us. They are so easy going and have brought a fun perspective on the trip. Beth's cousin Josh and his wife Gail also met up with us in Beijing. What a treat to visit with family half way across the world!
We have met a few other families and couples who are adopting children with Holt International, so it has been very comforting to share stories and get to know some truly amazing people.
So far, we have ...
... Go straight, and you will see another gate, called the Gate of Heavenly Peace (Qianqingmen). This is the main gateway to the inner living court or The Palace of Terrestrial Tranquility (Kunninggong) in the Forbidden City. The inner court is composed of the three main structures at the rear of the Forbidden City, namely the Palace of Heavenly Peace (Qianqinggong), the Palace of Union and Peace (Jiaotaidian) and the Palace of Terrestrial Tranquility ...
... off now) in the end I ended up as top scorer, with the most assists. A miracle, considering how **** I am. These lads have been playing together on the same pitch for over 7 years and have invited us to join their team. Can’t wait to finally get into playing week in week out again. Looks like I’m going to have to get used to the conditions ASAP. The only negative to all this is that playing sports with the pollution here ...
... italian group came up and asked Joe to take a photo of them, so he did. Then a Chinese couple with a baby wanted a photo of us so the husband took that. Then a group of older Chinese men came and wanted a photo with just me. A tad creepy as they poked and prodded me into the pose that they wanted - weird to think I´m/we´re in people´s holiday snaps...
Another thing we had to eat today was a spider. Yes, a spider. A creepy crawler with ...
... join in the bat and ball for a couple of minutes before I realize they want me to buy a set. Beijing really does have value for money museums and sights (somewhere between €2-€5 each). This afternoon I'm at the Lama temple. There are plenty of worshipers burning incense and the amount of smoke is enough to put the fire service on alert. People offer up flowers, rice, fruit (including half a water melon) and even a bag of ...