Grand Millennium Beijing
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... clear distinction of form or purpose – we see groups of women, some in evening dress, some in jeans and yet all of them are together and heading to the same destination.
It has been a challenge finding food, with us often walking for what feels like miles in search of something that isn’t frog oviduct with black gelatinous rice (why is only the rice the gelatinous bit? And what is oviduct?), or boiled chicken livers, or just something that ...
... they changed their minds and said we could leave the stuff. By the time we were at the base of The Wall, Howard had received another call to say come back and get the stuff because the vehicle was being impounded and the driver detained. OUCH. Howard had to cut our umbilical cord and let us loose on The Wall. Mac and I took off to conquer the world- and we left Howard to conquer the officialdom. We have so many stories from the day....but I am going to let the photos do ...
We ordered a 3 course set meal and I even got to have a glass of prosecco which I was very happy about. The whole meal seemed to have been catered specifically for me as the starter was mozzarella and tomato, the main was penne with bolognaise and the dessert was a trio of chocolate mouse cake accompanied with hand made marshmellows and jelly sweets. There was far more adventurous things on the menu but comfort food was very much needed at this time! ...
So day one was pretty hectic and action packed, but thank god for Flo! In a country which speaks next to no English she was a life saver. Translating for us whenever necessary and explaining in great detail about the buildings and history surrounding us. She taught us lots of little things too about herself and her culture and with these snippets we all grew much closer to this amazing person, she was no longer a tour guide ...
... She used up most of the military fund on the buildings on the grounds. Apparently, she was put there by her son to get her away from the Forbidden City. Well, I really like what she did will the place. We entered from the east side and from there crossed the 17 pillar bridge and took a dragon boat to the main palace buildings. The Palace itself was closed before we got there which was disappointing, but instead ...