Home Inn (Beijing Xizhimen)
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... amazing. It is a narrow street, lined on both sides by food stalls. The photos say it all. Nothing was safe from being roasted and skewered, and sometimes skewered whilst still wriggling. The crowds were obviously loving their night out. And adjacent to this gourmet's delight were the very upmarket shops, with apple having pride of place.
Another very busy day but great experience. We were exhausted but still found the energy for an hour or so of Quiddler before calling it a day.
Well the story goes had breakfast this morning we have settled on light becky of toast & eggs etc. you can't go to wrong them. Very cloudy humid & hot today. We thought we may get a little wet on the wall. Well we did but not from the rain it was the sweat pouring out. There was a lot of low cloud & smog over the wall but it still looked ...
... allergies (everything is blooming), air pollution (high particulate matter), or bird flu. We had the bug but some Chinese herbal meds, a Z-pack and Vernie's asthma drugs have kept us going. No need for keeping us quarantined when we get home (as Rich's co-workers are threatening to do.)
Our morning stop was at Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Mao's tomb is also at this location but we didn't stop to view the body. The lines are reportedly ...
Alright, no idea how to spell it, but "hello" from Beijing! The fact that I slept the vast majority of the 13+ hour flight does not damper my disappointment at American Airlines not having wifi on an international flight. Seriously...every domestic flight now seems to have it. You would think international would have a captivated (hell, captive) audience. I'm wondering if this has something to do with the destination country.... I had a ...
... restaurant which was fab as they cater for Westerners so make a great burger!!
Afterwards we had some beers at 3 Rock bar which was empty
but belted out Led Zep, Guns n Roses and Bon Jovi!! We then had a walk along the Northside bars
and had a Long Island Ice Tea on a roof terrace at Luga’s Italian Restaurant. A
perfect end to a great day!!