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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... eaten a great meal the last time we were here. We had a great Thai lunch in the sane restaurant. Very nice.
We returned to the hotel without incident and then later went to the track for the night session.We witnessed and amazing women's Long Jump final with 3 women jumping over 7 metres and the winner getting there on her final jump. The women's 200m saw Dafne Schippers from the Netherlands run a PB and the fourth fastest all time to win. The men's ...
Our first morning in Beijing! We caught the tube to the Allen's regular market, which was a covered over alleyway full with all the essential Chinese snacks and ingredients. Most disturbing were the huge hunks of meat and animal carcasses in the butchery section, which were hanging out in the open air for everyone to see. There was quite a lack of hygiene standards. There was also a lot of seafood, including strange ...
... The nadir of which was reached on the 5 hour train journey to Xi'an where Helen spent the whole journey stuffing her ear phones as far into her ears to avoid the possibility of her vomiting at this particularly vulgar sound! 2) Chairman Mao While I'm on the subject of being culturally insensitive, I would like someone to explain to me why there continues to be so many images of Mao Zedong (his face still adorns every bank note in China) on display as if he is some kind ...
... when we say found......we have seen the lake from a hill top, we will seek it out. So far we've seen an ancient bell and drum tower (used to keep time), walked around hutongs (alleyways) where people live and sell goods from shop fronts and the pavements and been round Tianmen square where we watched them lowering the flag before the square is closed for the night, it re opens when the flag is raised the next day. The square is always bustling ...
... sky. Coming from Wyoming I'm used to bright blue, clear skies most of the time, but here it's all one color: industry, or more precisely, smog. So far I can't tell any real diference as far as breathing goes aside from the smell of the city, but I'm sure it's there. There are people walking the city with doctors face masks on, but not as many as you might think.
Once we loaded onto the bus we headed towards the city center ...