King Wing Hot Spring International Hotel
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... extracting the good stuff. It was the very last exploratory spoonful, right from the bottom of the stew that was the Indiana Jones moment as the fish's head appeared, but not a complete head, rather a head split down the middle between the eyes. I was actually relieved in a way that I found it last, however, from now on a full exploration of bowls containing murky liquid will be in ...
... person. Since it's an agricultural area, everything was really fresh and delicious: boiled quail eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant, pigs arm (?), cabbage, pickled vegetables, salad, corn zhou (soup), another soybean soup, tortilla-like things, egg pancake, pigs' ears, and probably more than I can't think of. It was great.
Upstairs, they're building rooms for lodging. The doors and ceiling are amazing. By the stairs ...
... anmen square & the forbidden gardens. The soldiers march down the street with such precision. I was tempted to be a tourist and take pictures of something else whilst standing in there way. What would they do then??? How many times I've marched across London bridge & tourists got in my way lol. I don't risk it. We have to go through security to get to the square and an old man with a sign gets stopped. They're very strict. The square is huge and it's all ...
... soup infused with ginger to settle our stomachs as well. It was all too much, especially as she had come all this way just to see us, but exactly what we needed. And here I had been, worrying about making sure she was OK as she grappled with the chaos of China! However she was fine, finding her way to the supermarket and nearby restaurants.
So, although I didn't make the best first impression, it's ...
And here's a person in a boat sculpture that was outside a cafe or something. So hipster.
After Qijiuba, we went to the olympic stadium. It was very grand, very modern, and very chic. I thought the architecture was really cool. But we didn't get to go inside.
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