Holiday Inn Express Beijing Minzuyuan
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Nice place. Clean rooms. Food was good the first day, because we found eggs for breakfast, but after that no eggs!
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... rest of the way (we couldn't as there was some display gear to carry). It became like the Seinfield episode where Kramer pushes the car to its petrol tank limits - we had to see it through. There will forever be a "taxi ride in Beijing story" that we can share.
Once I finally got back I called it a day and headed to my room and ordered a burger and collapsed into bed - only slightly concerned that I was on the 74th Floor about to wake up on September the 11th.
... will be substantially different. Out of the window of the not very fast train we could at last see some agricultural. Whether this was indicative of the country as a whole I doubt because it looked more like crofting or medieval strip farming. Adjacent to some quite attractive modern houses were small strips of cultivated maize, cotton, rice and other crops. These were being tended by elderly people with no machinery or machines a bit like cultivators. I can not ...
... China and free tickets for breakfast and lunch in our newly attached Chinese dining car. Each country connects its own dining car which presents a little variety and adaptation to the traveler. Though the Chinese toilets may have failed muster, the kitchen was much better. Free and unexpected food always gives one a bit of a psychological lift and we were seated with a lovely German lady of our vintage who is part of a singing group that ...
... temple is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery. It was previously the home of an emperor, but was converted to a monastery in 1744. Today it is still used as a place of worship - it was full of Chinese with handfuls of incense sticks. Signs covering the walls stated that 3 incense sticks must be used each time you pay your respects to the Buddha! There are four main courtyard areas, each surrounded by temple buildings with ornate red roofs, bordered with pretty blue, red and green carvings. ...
... We also had a party with musical chairs and the hokey cokey. I think we enjoyed it as much as the kids did.
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