Green Park Hotel Beijing
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... was where it really got strange. Imagine eating a gooier and less firm slug and you're beginning to get there. Didn't take long to get sick of chinese beer (generally 2.5% and 0% taste), so I went for the expensive one on the menu one night - alcohol free ... great. Also, Beijing duck: not as good as back home. It's not as crispy in China and it's sliced and not shredded. Sacrilege I know but there it is.
One of my most fun days was probably bargaining my ...
... On the other hand there is a an emblem which looks like one for a barbers (UK) except it is not red ?!? What a pity that Kevin does his own hair – otherwise could have sent him in to investigate ! Answers on a postcard :-)
Our last day in Beijing was quite a mix ! Spent 8 -9 hours sightseeing with the original plan as follows – Visit to the Bell ...
... I was such a moron to not realize that a campus near a hospital would be a medical school.
When I exited the campus, I finally saw the school's sign. It was hidden. I looked at the time and realized that I had to get going to the subway.
Luckily, I got a seat on the subway this time. I arrived at Wudaokou, which has Beijing University and Tsinghua University. Quickly I walked to get to the Ricci Cafe.
So, I was supposed to meet ...
... that it was an open ride. After that I walked around some more then played a game that is kinda like the Buzz Lightyear game at Disneyland and that was interesting, no where near as good. After that I walked around a bit more then played a ball throwing game at the cups just cause I felt like it. I barely didn't get them all off the platform but it was fun. I walked around some more and then checked out the castle which was lit up now and looked awesome. I then started to head out ...
... me and it was even worse because they were playing depressing lullaby music in the background on a loop. If I was a panda that music would drive me to insanity before the concrete and metal confining enclosure would. We left feeling severely blue. We were cheered up at the next stop: The aquarium. It was the best part of the zoo; there was a huge beluga exhibit and they were really playful and cheeky, even making faces at us through the glass.