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... and said "Three years? Of course it's closed!)
We did do some sightseeing. We went out to see the Olympic Park and the Bird's Nest Stadium, but didn't pay to go in as it was so very hot. Instead we found a nice place to have lunch where you fill a plastic bowl with meat, tofu, fishballs and vegetables and then they cook it for you, served in a spicy broth and with dipping bowls of sesame sauce.
The highlight of the week, at least for ...
... the day before the start of the Moon Festival. Everyone was shopping like crazy, including buying round and thick Moon biscuits which are the traditional gift at this time of year. Quanjude duck restaurant was down a side street and people were having their photo taken outside. Luckily, we got a table straight away and even an english speaking waitress. Soon the duck was ordered and just as soon a duck appeared on a trolley. I started taking a picture and was ...
... chuckling to myself. As I'm sure you've managed to figure out long before I did, it turned out that the rubble place was in fact my hostel. By this point it was getting quite late and I didn't really know what to do.
The hostel did have a door next to it. It had a big sign saying "closed" but the lights were on and there was a sign advertising rooms so I gave it a push. To my amazement it opened, so I descended a staircase. There was a wave of relief as I saw a ...
... to you. This morning we did the strictly not allowed and went to McDonalds for breakfast. We were wondering how we were going to convey to the server what I we wanted when the lovely lady pulled out a card written in English and we just had to point to the pictures. Sarah and I ordered the Asian pancake to try and stick to the Asian theme. It was a small but tasty pancake with a tiny strip of bacon and a spoon ...
... the body..
With the "business" side of the day over we were soo fortunate to enjoy an awesome live theatre show..
The Golden Mask Dynasty.. set in a mythical age in China, the show tells a fairy-tale like story of war, royal banquets, and romance. Story line is not strong but entertainment is superb.
It included, a cast of 200, the costumes, scenery, lighting and special effects are magnificent.. There was ...