Green Park Hotel Beijing
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... and take some more pictures with them. The most interesting part for me was when we all tobogganed down the Great Wall, an experience like no other. We had lunch there and learned some great bargaining skills. The weather was perfect (not too hot or cold), and everyone was in a great mood for hiking along the wall. The Summer Palace was beautiful. Our guide, Lisa, gave us information about the history and significance of the palace and ...
... act was brilliant! Soothing classical music and we felt rather classy. But things soon became suspicious when we spotted a little boy about four years old dressed in a caterpillar costume standing next to us... Words cannot do justice as to what happened next... Loads of 4 year old kids ran on stage dressed as woodland creatures and hid between the members of the orchestra... Worst of all they started speaking over the orchestra playing. We agreed ...
... went to the bathroom, and then reclined my new BusinessFirst seat into flat-bed mode for bed at 1:20 a.m. as we flew southwest of Ottawa, Canada.
I slept well, waking up at 8:01 a.m. over the Arctic Ocean just north of Siberia, Russia. We probably flew close to the North Pole on our way north from North America over the top of the world to Asia. Unfortunately I was asleep and missed that part of the flight, but I ...
... s half day on Monday and the FC is now closing. Back at the square we go through various check points to pass through the pedestrian subway and get to the square itself. The square is flanked by 1950s communist Russian style government *correction: PEOPLE'S buildings, pretty topiary work on the bushes and about 1000 CCTV cameras, patrolling guards, undercover policemen, policemen on Segway scooters and off course lots of tourists ...
... found the right place as there were so many people, mostly domestic tourists on holiday during Chinese new year. We explored the many stalls selling a huge range of snacks including snake kebabs, silk worms, grasshoppers, scorpions, sea urchins, squid, fruit, dumplings, stinky tofu and loads more. Here's some of the stuff I tried: Millipede - 1/10 - not as juicy as expected and left a rather disgusting bitter taste in my mouth! Sea cucumber - 5/10 - served with a ...