Hotel G Beijing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Then I realized, it was because Beijing looks like Limbo in Christopher Nolan's Inception. The apartments and the way they are laid out is so linear and plain and carbon copied that it doesn't feel real. Another thing. The chaotic bathroom I wrote about on the first day at Tiananmen Square was the only insane bathroom I have experienced. But the trip is not over yet so we will ...
... fabulous and would be a fantastic place to stay if you are rich and famous! We had a nice afternoon tea, with a couple of sandwiches and a good cake selection.
We then made our way to the Liyuan Theatre for a Peking Opera show. This is inside a hotel and is a tourist attraction. You can get there early and watch the actors make themselves up and get into costume. We saw two plays. One was ...
We have begun our homeward journey. We took the bullet train from Shanghai to Beijing, which is very nice & it's a lovely sunny day so we can see lots, especially as most of the track is raised on viaducts. It was rather embarrassing though when my table tipped and deposited my lunch onto the carpet. Impossible to explain by sign language! It wasn't a very nice lunch it has to be said, but I would rather not ...
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Ten minutes later when the servers had finished posing for shots with each other they all
disappeared en masse leaving just the sound of the arctic wind outside howling
and the distant high pitched exclamations from fellow duck diners.
DAY 19: Friday 24 May 2013
Today, we finally see the Great Wall of China!!!
But firstly, we visit the site of the Beijing 2008 Olympics, and have view of The Bird's Nest and The Cube - Aquatic Centre.
Next Stop - THE WALL !!
Today we visited the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall, winding along lofty craggy mountains from the southeast to the northwest.
The Great Wall, one ...