Huashanyuan Hot Spring Hotel
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... need one original to hand into the
Chinese government and the other was a "keep sake" and just incase the
first one got lost. It turns out that the Canadian embassy needs to see
an original not a photo copy but the second original is in Winnipeg. So
the local agency here is going to ask if they can look favourably upon
us (and the two or three others families that didn't bring the second
... so long ago, uninvited admission resulted in immediate execution! We then went to a restaurant off the side which had surprisingly reasonably priced dumplings! My first dumplings in China! YUM. After lunch I sais farewell to Katie and then headed into the HUGE Forbidden City (the largest palace complex in the world!). I followed the crowd through the Meridian Gate, which was the gate reserved for the Emperor - civilians used the east gate and the military ...
... UK banned smoking in public places in 2007, Wikipedia is great. The Chinese do not stand on ceremony when they eat and there is far too much food, we decide you are not meant to finish the food as nobody else has. Four dishes and three beers costs £13, bargain!
We get back to our hotel and our clothes and hair stink of smoke, we reminisce about when this used to happen in the UK, coming back from the ...
... my will, I had to climb each ******* peak. But the views of the city were nice and we had the perfect bird's eye view of The Forbidden City.
When we left the park, we decided to just wander around the city for a bit. We stopped at this tiny dim sum place for a snack, did some last minute shopping and headed back to the hotel to get changed for dinner. We went to this hot pot restaurant Faigo a short walk from our hotel. Pretty ...
... and a 5 minute wait. We were very impressed by its taste and quantity for 50p, although it was a little spicier than we expected and we had hot moustaches for the evening!
20th September 2012
Location: The Great Wall of China and Ming Tombs
Today we got up early and had our usual banana’s and a Chinese version of Pain au Chocolat (only one strip of chocolate!) and met our guide for the day, a small Chinese lady called ...