Han'S Royal Garden Hotel
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Friday was a free day. Congress was finished and I decided not to go to the Forbidden City on the tour as I had been before and remember it being never ending. We had a late breakfast and as we came out, there was Peter Thompson in the foyer. We had had an enjoyable few weeks with him in Eugene last year so it was great to catch up again. We came back up to our room so he could check emails etc and after an hour or so, (all of us on our computers!) we left ...
With St. John Barter-Waters
Today we started with breakfast at the hotels restaurant I had fried eggs with many different Chinese foods including pork buns
We then set off through the twisting, crowded, cramped and labyrinthine alleys of Beijing to find our way to the forbidden city. We arrived at the west gate ...
... bothered if we had to fly home tomorrow. Unfortunately for us, this is not going to happen. We have another four days here. And of course we are going make the most of it.
Looking back at the last few days, a hundred images flash past in my memory of the things we have seen and done. I could mention the relentless clicking of photo's of Caitlin that seems to fascinate the Chinese more than the Forbidden City or Chinese Wall. I could mention the kamikaze-behaviour of ...
... if you didn't get the exact price you were hoping for. Tomorrow we go to the doctor to get Lily a check up as part of her immigration stuff. I think she has to get blood work and everything so I'm not looking forward to that. It's pretty cold here in Beijing and now Steve is regretting not bringing a toque and gloves. He's talking about buying one of these big fur hats, hopefully I can talk him out of ...
... have no preconceived idea that people are different and always feel comfortable mingle with each other. Sunny Sun, who visited Columbia with Beijing 81 High School students in 2011, met us at the Square and took all of us to the famous Tianjin Dumpling House (天津百饺ࢱ 3;）for lunch. This restaurant made all their dumplings by hand and offers more than 100 variety of dumpling fillings, from savory to sweet, including several made ...