HWA (Apartment) Hotel
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... of ancient Beijing. It was here where we realised the size of the Forbidden City. Jingshan has a history of almost 1,000 years, was an important part of the imperial palace and has been well preserved. There were also thousands of peonies blooming adding to its splendour. By now the sun was heating up (another 30 degree day) so we walked on to a famous shopping street called Wangfujing. Found another H&M shop where Craig bought some shirts and ...
... off now) in the end I ended up as top scorer, with the most assists. A miracle, considering how **** I am. These lads have been playing together on the same pitch for over 7 years and have invited us to join their team. Can’t wait to finally get into playing week in week out again. Looks like I’m going to have to get used to the conditions ASAP. The only negative to all this is that playing sports with the pollution here ...
... the food on a lazy susan in the middle of the round table. I was way more adventurous in my eating this trip. All afternoon was walking Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Followed by dinner at a famous Peking Duck Restaurant. G and I passed out on the ride back to the hotel...about 7pm. We got in the room...put on pjs...and went right to sleep by 8pm! That's why I've been up since 4am! Gracie is still sleeping it's 5:40am Wednesday ...
Once again, I am getting behind as I visited Chengdu this weekend, and Beijing was two weeks ago, but I will try to tell the stories of our adventure as well as I can. We flew to Beijing on a Tuesday night, and spent the night getting to our hostel, which was only a 5 minute walk from Tiananmen Square, in the center of the tourist area of Beijing.
Our first day I took a day trip out to the Great Wall of China, as the weather ...
... right hotel but that was our fault!
Driving in Beijing would be described as stunt man in style and blind man by nature. based on more than one taxi ride this is basically how it is! Constant weaving in and out of traffic aggressive braking and the most horrendous of gear changing i thought at one point i was on the back of a dolphin whilst it was diving in and the ocean as it makes its journey. not only do they not use the seat belts in ...