Hotel G Beijing
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"Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in getting up every time we do." Confucius
We woke up early for breakfast and had a group picture. If you don't like taking pictures then China will change that, or push you over the edge. :) We took a bus about one hour to the Confucius Temple after a very good lunch at a traditional Chinese restaurant. The food was hao chi, delicious, ...
... my shoulder to lean on, my helping hand, my egger-onnera, my BFF....my hero We did it! Halfway up this madness Mac says "I wonder what you want to do for your 70th? I hear there is a temple on a mountain in India!" Very funny...not! And I have to say the day just kept delivering. Howard had solved the "no car, no driver" issue by the time we got back and we had a new car and "Mr Young" as our new driver. So here are some highlights: Banquet lunch A visit to the ...
... nearby about what had happened at Tianammen Square and that people had in fact been hurt. The manager of the restaurant was part of this discussion and after it had finished he came over to ask us how our meal was. We mentioned that we had seen the incident and he very kindly brought us out some complimentary dessert wine to calm our nerves! I would definitely recommend this restaurant if you are ever in Beijing although after this story you may think twice about visiting! The ...
... laughing, dancing and skating! Obviously we arrived with our 6 pack of beer, but after a wee while of observing Stephen and I plucked up the courage to try and find out if we too could join in. With no Flo to translate for us though we were on our own! Ten minutes later and few dodgy hand signals we returned with 2 pairs of roller skates. Rabbit caught in the headlights and bambi would be the only way to describe this experience for me! As Stephen and I ...
... the Forbidden City, it also happened to be the day we were leaving for Shenzhen, so we didn't get that much time and didn't even get to go in the museum! We will be definitely coming back to Beijing. It was a bright day, but not too hot compared to the day we went to the Great Wall. We explored and saw a lot of the silk lined rooms and furniture. It was kind of strange because it looks like a lot of items were just ...