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Such a pretty hotel. An old courtyard house once used by artisans for the Imperial Palace and now our home for a few days.
Walking to breakfast, we passed through a room with a large table covered in chinese calligraphy, a practice sheet which turns black like ink when wet, allows you to practice characters with brushes dipped in water. We had a try before walking up the stairs to breakfast.
Built on the roof top, a glassed room ...
... interesting to learn of all the customs and how they made use of such a massive complex. When we finished with the city, Fabian couldn't really stand walking in the tour group so we told the guide he was having leg pain and that he had to go home (but instead he stayed in the city for a while and explored it by himself). We instead continued to a Chinese Medicine center with origins from the 17th century where we got a quick lecture about what Chinese medicine was ...
... know that is our favour bar and has been a place that ends with a late night or early morningJ. Lunch turns into 3 hours of drinking eating chatting and other friends turning up. Had to leave as I had to meet other friends for tea (dinner to you Southern) in the Blue Flog. A British couple, who have not long been in Beijing and two Aussie’s. After a couple of hours it was time to move on again to Lugu’s Villa and meet another Brit. No food ...
... The wall gives us energy, the climbing, the thought of the history of the wall, the impressiveness; it’s amazing!
Little Art’s entry:
The other day we went to the bird’s nest; which is the Olympic Stadium of China. The next day we went for a really long bike ride which was 30 k’s to the Great Wall of China. We walked up on the great wall and I loved it. I walked up and then down and then walked it again. Then dad said ...
... ride to the Tianjin Port where we will board the Diamond Princess - our home for the next 16 days. I've been fortunate to have complimentary unlimited access to high speed internet for the last couple days. That ends tomorrow. Oh, by the way the Chinese government has certain foreign website blocked such as Facebook, so no Facebook until we are at sea. I'll do my best to share our adventure.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Take care.