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... sleeping and reading. Seats were even quite commodities (helps being 4'11"!)
Getting through immigration in Beijing took awhile - must have been 500 people in line with no apparent movement. All of a sudden they began rearranging us, the line started moving and in the end it took maybe an hour. We ended up in the section for Chinese nationals. I suspect the officer who put me through spoke little or no English because she frowned at my forms, started to ...
... the only foreigners around and they were curious. Apparently they call us the people with big noses! Phil loved that!!! We got totally lost (about time) and couldn't find our way back to the hotel. We asked what looked like a traffic cop (no English), and he couldn't work out what we were saying The Peninsula Hotel! Thankfully we had the room card on us which is written in Chinese also. He sorted us out. It is interesting to find out that China has the strictest ...
... you get in and there is a glass wll at the edge of the platform so that there would be no way that someone could fall into the tracks. My orginal thoughts of the market were something like a large open air flea market. It turned out to be 6 times the size I was picturing and most of the spaces are covered with a building, an overhead structure or umbrellas. We were given about an hour and a half to explore the market before we had to meet back at the front ...
... snakes, baby chicks - you name it!
Bish went and ordered scorpions :-( JT ate one of them and there was 1 left for me but I couldn't do it! :-( wish I could say I did but I totally didn't - ah well! Bugs and beer tho, a good send off to our mate JT :-) the end of his travels and back to school he was going!
... choose the side path, which is more comfortable.
DAY FOUR OF THE TRIP TO BEIJING
HOTEL KAPOK BEIJING
Hotel Kapok Beijing is a boutique hotel located near the Forbidden City. When you leave the hotel, turn left and go straight. It takes you about 10 minutes of walk to get to the East Gate of the Forbidden City. However, visitors are not allowed to get in the site through East Gate, visitors need to follow the path to ...