Home Inn (Beijing Shangdi)
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... spend a whole day here. So much going on, but with time constraints we only stayed a few hours. Set in lovely gardens with ninja turtles roaming in the grass. So much to see and so much history. What was Britain doing 26 BC? Taxi to an antique market which was quite far if only I paid more attention to bargain hunt when I finished work! Taxi back to hotel as ...
... Been watching a few films recently too, Skyfall for one, it’s just come out at the cinema here but is quite censored, particularly some of the stuff in Shanghai, so at least watching it on a pirate DVD you get to see it all. Also watched the Hobbit too which was cool. Got Les Miserables too to watch sometime.
Keeping an eye on the tennis too at the mo, fingers crossed for Murray.
Well I think that’s all from the Perry household for now – will write again ...
It's fair to say that I didn't REALLY concentrate on this day of the tour because everyone was really tired by this point, and a hard core crash and good night's rest hadn't been taken for several nights. As it was, it was bus naps that got us through.
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... and I think if we had undertaken the works, we would have arranged things differently as it felt a little bit haphazard. Perhaps we are being fussy though - other B&B's in Beijing go for around 400rmb a night - and we got a much better bargain than that1
The street itself was down and dirty Beijing (think constant sewage smell from the several public toilets, spitting in the street, and dust everywhere). Yes, it had trees, and was kind ...
... studying all the hall, temples, pavilions and gates.
In the evening we went to see the Shaolin Monks Kung Fu show. It was the story of a young boy whose mother thought her son would have a better life being a monk and the journey that he takes to eventually become the elder. It might not have been to everyone liking but we enjoyed it. The performers were excellent.
One of the highlights for us while in Beijing was going to the Great Wall of China. We booked a day trip ...