New World Hotel Jing Guang(Opening in 2013)
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... the water and off to dinner see the photo for the restaurants and the bass. (Should mention we are using the compass App on the iPhone quite a bit.) We chose a large, busy restaurant on the crossroads, and Madame gave us a ticket as we entered and indicated that we sit and wait. We had a table inside 5 minutes. We agonised over the very well illustrated menu, but when we came to order Madame frowned and wouldn't let us have the rather nice meat hot pot we had fancied... Was it offal? ...
... Apparently Beijing
has a lot more green sites than I thought it had... I even saw old Chinese
ladies practising some Tai Chi, funny ha ha!!
By the time I got out of the greenery it was almost 5pm. I rested a bit on a
bench and then started walking again, till I lost my eye on a hutong, I got
lost in the arrow streets, but for the first time I got the feeling of the real
China... small shops selling God knows what kind of food, spices, ...
... www.youtube.com/watch?v=V13YKoVb BfI
The fireworks and firecracker eruptions went on all night and followed through into the next day and night. Even walking around today there are still random eruptions! New Years day a group of us headed to Dongyue Temple - Beijing's most morbid temple populated by hundreds of life ...
... bowling night, practicing for the next bowling sessions.
Wednesday I decided to be a bit more adventurous in the kitchen & cooked a chilli, rather than our usual stir fry which was very tasty I must say. Still have no oven although have been thinking about getting a table top one still. Andy is busy on the hob as we speak, chicken stir fry. I actually miss cooking, we were so organized in the UK ordering our food on line, planning our food week ahead, using ...
... made up of nearly 1,000 buildings, it is the world’s largest surviving palace complex. We walked its grounds among the opulent palaces, pavilions, courtyards and imperial gardens within the 26-foot-high walls.
On our way to lunch, we stopped at the Beijing Zoo to see the Giant Panda Exhibit.