JW Marriott Hotel Beijing
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Once again, after a smooth five hour train ride, Carol, Joerg and I arrive in Beijing. Jim is back in Shanghai or Taiwan or Korea or somewhere in Asia attending to business. Our regular guide, Jason greeted us at the train station and took us to the hotel. We will be heading out early to go to the Wall the next day so we decided to have a quieter …
... was for later. The guard started looking desperate and another one stepped up and said "water, leetle." The light dawned over Marblehead and I exclaimed " Oh, they want us to drink a little to prove it is water!" Which we did much to everyone's relief.
Our first goal was a chronological exhibit of China's history from Peking man to the republic in 1912. China's history is extraordinarily long - we viewed intricately wrought bronze vessels that dated to 12th c ...
... the chance to purchase lanterns, jade ware, lacquerware, antique furniture and preserved fruits among many other items unique to Beijing.
Beijing has an active nightlife that provides a range of drinking, dancing and entertainment options to its travellers. Whether you are in search for business bars, themed bars and unique establishments, the 400 bars in the city is sure to have something to suit ...
... It reminds me of Divergent with run down buildings and this sort of gloom hanging over the city. I’m sure that’s the smog.. and the smoke. Everyone here smokes.
I figured out the Asian diet. The two C’s: cigarettes and chopsticks. I’m glad mom tried teaching me how to use chopsticks for the heck of it when I was little because you actually have to use them here. I’m terrible at it but I think I’ll get the hang of it by the end of the ...
... live which smell like the wheeliebin of an Irish Chinese takeaway. The Hutong gives us a pretty authentic feel for local life for the majority of Beijingers.
Tiananmen Square - Largest Square in the World
On our first day we navigated the underground metro system which was much easier than we expected and reminded us how **** and disorganised Dublin's transport system is. So there we are trotting around China heading ...