Hutongren Courtyard Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... all collapsed for a bit in our girl-scout bunk beds before getting ready for a night out in Beijing. Our friend, that we've now nicknamed "Fabulous Fabio" was going to take us out to some clubs/bars for mine and Tess' birthday (well really that was just an excuse to go party....) Remember prom? Several girls clamored together in one room, make up and bobby pins strewn about like a bomb exploded? I had promised to do the girls' hair and makeup for the night, something I love to do ...
... green beans, garlic and onion and green pepper Fried cabbage in a soy sauce Aubergines, lovely stir fried aubergine again! Tsingtao 600 ml Cold green tea Slightly quicker return, even though we hit the rush hour rushing the other way. Gradually figuring out where we are, we struck out for dinner North rather than South and in ten minutes walking along a wide boulevard past some very nice mansion flats we arrived in the Shichahei district, passed through a lively bar and ...
... had a home delivery from them since it was that good!!
On the 4th, we went back to work which was a little strange just for the day, thinking it was Monday, then remembering that it was the weekend again! The Chinese had to work the weekend to compensate for the new year days off, but our office doesn’t do that thankfully. I had a quiet night in with a film, whilst Andy met his best mate Al, who sadly moves onto Kazakhstan soon.
... is far less crowded than Qiamen Square and the Forbidden City.
Our last Group meal is at a restaurant about 10 minutes' walk from the Dong Fang. We've got our own private room and the meal is stylishly presented on an automated "lazy Susan". John has already ordered some Beijing Duck, which is served last, and we each pick one dish from a very extensive menu. Since none of us really knows what we're choosing, the result is ...
Tired as a result of the late night, but at least not hungover like some of the people I went out with. So a rather slow start to the day, heading out just after lunch to check out the notorious silk market that I've read about in various guide books and heard about from various people at the hostel. I almost thought we might not make it alive to the market however, with the usual pushing and shoving routine of the metro turning into something of a stampede when ...