Ibis Beijing Sanyuan
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15 yen for this! About $2.50. The value is real! We ate here both mornings and I would eat there again, easy. Homemade noodles by hand in a beef broth with cilantro, green onions and brisket. It's basically a chinese pho and it made the jet lag so much better!
... long and end up burning your chin or splashing back in to the soup. You basically have to get your head really close to the bowl to combat this, steaming your face with oily water in the process.
Rose worsened while we were out and messaged Rachel having decided she wanted to go to the hospital, so Alvaro offered to come with me to pick her up from the hostel. The metro was due to close at 11 so we quickly finished our food and rushed to the station to find ...
... apartment and Google maps both showed different locations on the map when given the address. We had planned for this by writing down both locations (they were about 10 minutes apart) along with directions to get there. We started with the Google maps location as it has yet to steer us wrong... now it has. When we got to where it was supposed to be there were a couple restaurants, but no apartments. We moved on to the other location ...
... to Joy City, Beijing's biggest mall, where we walked around for a bit before deciding on a place to eat. And... walking around is an understatement considering the mall is 13 stories tall and has the world's longest escalator.
When we were finally fed, we made a couple of stops at a pharmacy and bakery for the next day's breakfast. Exhausted, we slumped onto the subway for the long ride-- and then walk-- back to the hotel.
Tomorrow, the seminar ...
... quieter and just as lovely as the Lama temple.
We then spent the next two or three hours wandering round various hutongs seeing the difference between ones which have realised that tourism can bring them money and have opened bars, craft shops and restaurants and those which have kept themselves in the olden style and are just places for the locals to live and shop. Whilst the more touristy ones where very picturesque and we ...