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... so that at one point our
driver was reversing up the highway because he missed the sign and he
needed to read it, **** is all I can say! A good all round trip was had
and would do it again, just not walk all the way!
Dinner was back at
the resort, and by this time we were getting to know the bar staff on a
first name basis, but the beers were still hot, time to educate these
people! Our main man Louie was the guy who ...
... on the subway, seen many sights, hailed cabs, negotiated deals, purchased internet coverage and even experienced the hospitality of a local family. Phil has coped very well and has enjoyed every minute of our time here. Our tour commences today so we are resting up for a busy few days ahead. When Andrew left us we decided we needed to venture out ourselves and make our own discoveries. We didn't attempt the subway but embarked on an extensive walk to visit ...
... to the temple the retired residents of Beijing meet to play cards. There were many games happening and at least one was accompanied by a pet bird in a cage. We then paid a quick visit to a silk factory which was very interesting as they showed how they spun the silk and how they have in China a special soft silk spun by twin caterpillars. The difference in the feel between the normal silk and the twin caterpillar was amazing. We resisted buying a beautiful king size Doona made ...
Beijing is beautiful with the leaves changing colors. Luckily, the past few days have been smog-free and really, really pretty. Just a little chilly!
Today we went to the Olympic Park here in Beijing. There's the Bird's Nest, or the National Stadium. Unfortunately, I feel like it already looks dirty and run-down, even though it's only been 5 years. But it is really cool-looking! Especially when they light it up at night! Same with the ...
... were praying so Sheryl and I were wary of offending anyone. Afterwards we walked through some hutongs in the area and found some very trendy/hipster boutiques and cafes. We're talking juggling stores, fixed gear bike stores, boutique candy etc. but it was neat! After an overpriced coffee at a trendy treehouse cafe, we headed home. We were worn out and eager for the next day's GREAT ...