Hotel G Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Beijing -- and our luggage made it through -- we were greeted by our Mandarin speaking driver, who took us to our hotel. He must not have been that familiar with the location of the St. Regis as headed the wrong way down a one-way street. But, we made it some time after midnight and checked into a beautiful room with a fantastic bed and bedding. We love this hotel.
Tomorrow, the Great Wall of China!
... hosted by the same people from the meeting, the language barrier remained. In attempts to break the silence, I would point to different dishes and say, “fe jung hao”. I’m not sure it helped much and to be honest, I think even our host was grateful for the interactions – or lack thereof- to be over. There was a tour hour gap in between our meetings today so we went back to the hotel. I took advantage of the downtime and napped in the incredibly comfy ...
... too much longer. We head down to the lake, which is busy and crowded, then jump on a bus back to the hotel. That night a few of us venture out to see a ‘Kung Fu’ show. It’s a bit of a bus ride away, but the theatre is nice. The show itself isn’t exactly as expected – more of a Kung Fu story as told by the medium of dance (with a fair bit of martial arts thrown in too!) but OK. We head back and meet a couple of the group – ...
... got glass noodles again, although they are definitely the master class of eating with chopsticks, and we had some nice dumplings and of course duck! Very delicious and nothing like the stuff you get in European Chinese restaurants.
After that we felt like walking around and looking what we found and we found a lovely little walking street which was god for looking around and not good for our wallets. I got myself a tea set and a mug and I might ...
... 30 pm our time, 9.30-11.30am your time, before going out for dinner, so hopefully speak to people then. Will really miss being at home for Christmas, and my advent calendar is now empty of chocolate, amongst the 5 Christmas cards (thank you Aunty Sal!), a bit different to the usual 50 or so!!
Hope you all have a very lovely day tomorrow, and Happy Christmas to all our friends and family & lots of love from us both in Beijing.
Tracy & Andy