Hotel G Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... night on a flight back to Vietnam where we was to meet Emma's parents flying via Kuala Lumpa in Malaysia. We was flying Malaysian airlines and the same route as flight MH370 that went missing. I think a few people was maybe weary of flying with Malaysian airlines still as we pretty much had a whole plane to our self! Luckily we made it with out disappearing and it was actually a really good flight and Malaysian airlines are really good... So long as they don't lose ...
... over the buildings at about 8am. It was rather smoggy but fine. After a huge breakfast in the hotel we set out about 10-30am. With the cold weather here the best times to be out and about seem to be between 10-30am and 3-30pm. On the map it did not seem too far to walk to Tian'amen square but that was very deceptive. Though Fletcher's knee is fine he has a sore Achilles tendon and walking a long way did not help that. We eventually found an Underground station and ventured in. ...
... day wandering around, and relaxing outside in the Italian concession, finished off with dinner at Brasserie Flo with friends Chris & Jing who live in Tianjin, it was great to catch up with them. Whilst heading for the train home, by the station people were letting off beautiful red paper lanterns into the sky, we hadn't seen it here in Beijing before, later we found out they are banned, as it's too densely populated with lots of trees which in years gone by caught fire easily is ...
... back to the Days Inn.
After breakfast, our tour group of 8 rode up to our hotel in a small bus and our guide, Justin, told us the game plan. He walked us through a park until we arrived in Tiananmen Square/ Forbidden city front gate just a few blocks away. We first talked about Tiananmen Square but didn't go to the square, just looked from across the street. It was huge! Mao's body is "on display" in one of the buildings, but our tour guide ...
... a really tasty sauce.
The driver finally came to pick us up, so we said good-bye to the ayi and thanked her for everything. (In addition to cooking, she also washed some of our clothes for us.) We had hoped to stop by Coin Qian's gallery to buy one of her posters - Coin Qian is the artist wife of photographer Gangfeng Wang and she has created some lovely artwork of Chinese women in cheongsams with the Shanghai skyline in the background. ...