KunTai Royal Hotel
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... round the lake, which has over 8000 paintings on it. There were also musicians. From the dubious quality of the first ones we heard, we're not sure if they were official, but the ones I took a photo of (below, somewhere) were much more pleasant. In general Beijing feels hot and humid, but we've barely seen the sun, probably because of pollution rather than cloud. Rain was forecast yesterday, but never came, so the air has not cleared. As in every city where we've ...
... ourselves in for and kept reminding us how hard the climb would be, as though we might change our minds. Craig had to keep reminding him that the balmy 16 degrees c was basically summer for him anyway... The wild wall is a breathtaking sight, stretching for hundreds of miles across the mountains and completely abandoned. It remains reasonably intact, but the crumbling stone, sprouting bushes and partly collapsed guard towers give it a shabby charm. It ...
... just shifted to Viking tour groups to stay afloat. This duck dish is prepared a very special way and they make quite a show of the carving of the duck. Once it is cut, you eat it on little pancakes with special sauces and vegetables. It reminds me a bit of eating Mu Shu Pork, but tastes even better! We of course had about a dozen other dishes, but that was the feature of the meal. Driving back after dark, we got to see the city lights which were ...
... try our luck bartering against seasoned professionals. I ended up with a bag I didn't realise I wanted and four polo shirts I didn't need, but still happy. No such thing as a bargain, but they were far cheaper than buying the same back home.........but I still didn't need them! Back on the bus, quick change a shower before we head off to an acrobatics show and our farewell dinner. The show was fine, most of it which we had seen previously. The dinner was great. Linda, our tour ...
... 120 acres. I believe Justin said outside the Forbidden City was the Imperial City, then the Inner City, then the Outer City. Each ring was designated for certain classes of people. At the entrance of the Forbidden City, there is a large portrait of Mao Zedong that is repainted every year during the Chinese version of 4th of July. Inside the first gate was a large courtyard. We walked through 3 or 4 more gates into different courtyards which all contained ...