Jinjiang Fuyuan Hotel
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... only place I have used the toilet coz don't think my thighs are up to squatting in the public ones! In BJ. There are public toilets every where. Almost as many as there are police! Everywhere you go there is security even in the subway. Everything is so vast. Trafalgar square is tiny in comparison to Tianenmen square. It's nice to be finally wearing shorts and ...
China II Chapter Five: Red Sky Pingyao (pronounced 'ping-yow') was wonderful. It is an ancient walled city in which a surprisingly large amount has been left unmolested by recent change. Many of the ancient buildings were mini-museums about their pasts; some had been terribly interesting and engaged in sound capitalist activities like private banking or accounting; a couple of others had been part of an organisation which had been part courier agency and part ...
Packed last night so able to relax & pop to Starbucks for breakfast. I wake up at 5.50 what's going on. It was a really great day yesterday, got back to hotel about 22.00 We travel to Hong Kong on the overnight sleeper today the train goes from Beijing station at 13.08 We've just read that there is a baggage restriction on this train that we didnt pick up on in our planning and a note was in with the tickets when they were delivered to our hotel so ...
... on me (incense or luck dust, the locals were unclear about its purpose). Many people wanted to get a picture with me for some reason (probably because I look like a rocker to them) and I generally obliged because they were pretty nice about it.
The day after, Eliza and I finally successfully met up again. We tried to go to the Police museum and Mao museum, but they were closed and I will just have to go to them when it isn't crazy in beijing. I have lost ...
... after breakfast. We had fun roaming around all the different seating lounges everywhere. Alicia took pics of some neat chairs. Our "host" and friend Winser who is a teacher of calligraphy and a martial arts Master, stopped by to welcome us. He has been a great help with planning our visit. Too bad he can't control the smog. One of these days we'll have photos of more exciting things to ...