Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center
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... and left us wondering why we had bothered battling Beijing traffic every day with a driver when it took 5 mins on the subway to do what it took 30 mins to do in the car.
Shopping day tomorrow - I'm in the market for a velour tracksuit with 'juicy' picked out in Dimantes on the back. I've been eyeing them up all week, and just need to decide what colour to go for......
Did a small group bus tour to The Sacred Walk of the Emperors, to a jade factory, to the section of The Great Wall called Mutianyu and then to a silk factory. The day was very hazy - don't know if it was smog or just haze, but we were about 60 km from Beiijing. It was very hard to see The Wall beyond about a kilometre away. The Wall stretches for over 5,000 Kms and was built to keep ...
After Wal Mart we rallied the troops from the hotel and went to the night market. We took bus 3 and even remembered how to walk to the market from the bus stop. Even more exciting was the fact that the Mislim restaurant next to the night market was still open! We had my favorite lamb with noodles and veggies, naan bread, and sweet and sour lamb (surprisingly good!) I was sad that they were out of my favorite buns with beef and cabbage. We then walked ...
... Nearly an hour later we were so miffed, but finally we were picked up and taken to the venue. Wow, it was at one of the Olympic stadiums ( the basketball stadium I believe). But upon arrival we saw the the whole area was deserted, dusty and inside the stadium it was dirty and looked like it was unused, and run down. A shame. So as EP went off to rehearse I ran around like a mad hatter trying to source at least some of the requirements for her dressing room as actually most of ...
... and doors at the throne, the expensive cloisonné pieces, the polished brick, and 4 golden pillars. It is in this hall that emperor conducted business, so the room had to look perfect. We leave the hall and step around the back to see other smaller halls: Middle Harmony and Preserving Harmony, which is where the emperor had his private office and what was a testing building for officials. We cross what appears to be a street, which was garrisoned ...