Holiday Inn Downtown Beijing
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... gorbintobthe station in less than 5 min, found a seat in the soft seat waiting room, next to a family and entertained the 2 3 year olds for the next hour or so. I drew animals for them and then did round and round the garden about 20 times, with one little cutie. These babies are so cute!!!!! About 40min before train was due to leave and having heard no announcents, I started asking about my train, I was told to go ...
... slightly more excited than I usually was for Sunday Mass.
As expected, the Vatican has a complicated relationship with China. In 1957, China decided that the religion should not be controlled by outside entities and thus rejected Vatican influence. China now appoints its own bishops. What's special about the South Church is that the present archbishop, Joseph Li Shan, was actually approved by the Vatican and he is one of the few Chinese bishops in communion with ...
... around the outskirts of The Forbidden city before navigating through more Hutongs and stopping for a late lunch. Susu is a Vietnamese & Cocktail bar hidden down a small alley where on the outside if you didn't know it was a bar you would totally turn around and go back the other way which we did a couple of times while trying to find it. We had lunch and a cocktail each and headed back out on the bikes to Mandy's friend Adlyn's ...
... well Laura and Peter were ready. I am a bit rubbish at it but with their leadership I was confident of bagging some bargains. While P spent his whole time trying to do a deal on timepieces, L assisted me in the purchase of Billabong T shirts. 2 hours later, we emerged pleased with our bargains. From there it was time for another pampering session. At £3 a go for a foot massage or in P's case a head ...
... parks are a great way to see culture and we were treated to an amazing performance of ballroom dancing to Elvis by some blind dancers. The audience included us and three elderly people in wheelchairs who didn't seem to enjoy it as much as we did. We continued our walk and came to the spot where a former Emperor hung himself , all very dramatic. We then began the climb up the steps to the top which ...
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