Han'S Royal Garden Hotel
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... power up a piece of machinery. A hard slog! After finally reaching Sonja, we made our way back to the gondola and the walked back to the shuttle bus. On reaching the tourist spot, Sonja made the mistake of looking at the silk table runners. She didn't like the quality of those shown to her and took about five minutes to escape. Or, thought she had. As we approached the car park a woman came racing across carrying a table runner with her - the other ...
... to see the initial court structures - when you get a view of the 800 buildings (and 999 rooms, according to our guide - 9 being a very auspicious number), it is quite something. It is in remarkable shape (I think the Olympics being here spurred much restoration) and quite something to wander through. One funny point - when you enter through the main gate, there are two soldiers standing at attention, and then in front of them and behind them were some guys ...
... br> "True." Corrine said.
When we got off the subway, we decided to eat at Element Fresh. I ordered a raspberry margarita because I was craving something to drink. For my dinner, I got a salad.
While we were waiting for our food, I kept on saying, "I am so happy."
"Benny!" Emi screamed. "You are such a foodie!"
I have no shame for loving food.
Emi then made fun of me. "This is what Benny ...
... After settling into our very swank hotel, we decided to walk to Tiananmen Square, a short distance away. Joy guided our small party, mainly from memory of her visit of 13 years ago but much had changed. The streets around our hotel had been modified for tourists with many restaurants and shops but surprisingly, western faces were still a rare sight and we attracted much attention from the locals. On arrival at the square, we had difficulty finding our ...
... In fact, it tasted of earth. And that is being kind. It really was foul. Although the Forbidden City was impressive in both its scale and design, after two or three hours, we really were dynastied out and decided to head back to the haven of the hotel for a cold shower and a cool been in the air-con. Bliss.
That evening, we headed out on the tube (of which we were becoming the masters) to Ghost Street. Ghost Street is a must-go foodie destination in ...