InterContinental Beijing Financial Street
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... cookers being checked into the hold. We were shattered, food and nap on the plane. On arrival at Beijing we took our time. I love watching everyone race to see who can open the overhead locker as soon as the seatbelt sign goes off. I'm not sure why as they then have to stand waiting for the doors. We ambled to to passport control arriving 71hr 59min before our next plane was scheduled to leave. It took several minutes and many officers until our passports ...
... when it was time to go.
I had a Tai Chi lesson from a teenage boy on the wall, that was really cool and Matthew and Super Sam thought it was cool too.
... for that heavenly seat or the standing space next to a bar easily accessible. For the next few days we ventured around Beijing to the Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven and the legendary night market amongst other sights. All amazing in their own regard, there’s something for everyone there. The Great Wall of China and the night market were by far my favourite parts of China. As we were walking through the crowded night ...
... in Chinese history and architecture then this site could easily swallow a full day, if not two. We spent nearly 3hrs wandering and within this time felt we had seen and taken on board our fix and headed off.
Next stop - Central Perk. A Chinese guy loved the series so much that he has build a complete replica of the cafe for the TV show. It can be found on the 6th floor of a newly build office block - we took some time to find at as Google Maps has ...
... obviously noticed all the attention I was getting as well, because he called out for me to stop and come towards him. I was just about to **** myself! After hearing the story of another traveler in Shanghai who had his passport taken from him by the police, who refused to give it back unless he paid them US$900, I was more than a little apprehensive. But when a police officer calls you, you go! So I walked over to him and he motioned for me to stop. He ...