HWA (Apartment) Hotel
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Day 1: July 9, 2014
We arrived at the Beijing West Railway Station with the night train from Xian at 7.10 in the morning. We immediately jumped on a subway going in direction to Xidan, a metro station near our future hotel. The Beijing Subway has some good and some bad things. On one hand itīs extremely cheap and we always paid RMB 2 per …
If the life of the Mongolian nomads made us think of simpler times in the past, Beijing brought us kicking and screaming into the future.
We stepped off the train and were immediately engulfed by a sea of people elbowing, pushing and spitting their way around, whilst being watched over by a barrage of neon lights and flashy adverts on TV screens attached to just about every surface possible, including on the ceiling of a mall. ...
... captains drinks and very lame dancing. 1950 Caberet style which required a couple of Singapore Slings to survive For our first cruising experience it's pretty basic and not like an ocean cruise but it's ok. The buffet meals are pretty awful, the worst food we have had in China which is to be expected on the budget style cruise. Cabin is good quite large with a ...
... when she needed an extra hand she had 8 to choose from. We hiked a total of 3 watch towers, one in very good condition all the way to one that is crumbling away.
The scenery was to die for, even with the smog. As the day passed the smog lifted and we had blue sky for the hike and tram ride down the mountain! Sue was awestruck! Angie and I were in awe again and this was the second visit!
We arrived back In Beijing during the evening ...
... because, again, the fuwuyuan(waiter) understood me. I even managed to tell him that one of our diners was vegetarian!
That night, our TBC group went to a kungfu show, which was, to say the least, incredible. The Chinese are just machines. They sang, they danced, they flew, and they did kungfu, of course. When I say they flew, I mean they flew. The performers could jump incredible distances and land without a sound. They smashed metal bars and ...