KunTai Royal Hotel
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... would want to revolt against their emperor. It must have taken at least 45 minutes walking down just the center axis of this city, from start to end, non-stop. "It's good to be the emperor!" With the heat and all the walking, I just want to kick back and have some R&R at one of the palace cafés. Grabbing myself the Chinese version of fast food. The food is not that great, but eating and drinking inside the ...
... site that is a political dichotomy of Chinese communist pride and democratic unrest. One of my earliest memories when I hear the name Tiananamen Square is the iconic image of the lone Chinese protester standing defiantly before a row of tanks presented by Western media outlets. That having been said, you can see from my pictures that the space is huge, and signs of China's communist regime are everywhere - right down to the numerous ...
... for its jade and pearls. I had made a significant investment in some pearls to put away for Tess on our first trip, so I wasn't in the market - but I had considered we might buy some jade. There were some sweet and lovely clerks who were following us around trying to explain what captured Tess' interest (naturally the ones out of my price range) - I appreciated their patience when I finally said no. We will see other jade ...
... friends Adam, Susan and Jenn as well as their new Beijing friends. A Great night until it was time to go home. The taxis were not foreigner friendly at all. Most would be available but would wave us off or refuse to stop. Some illegal taxis offered to take us for 200 yuan ( Approx. 30 dollars) and should have only been 30-40 yuan. Definitely frustrating!!!!
The next day was the first day of our ...
... seemed to get more and more irritated (not being able to read all the characters probably didn't help -- but, hey, we're learning) until she finally turned stiffly and walked away with a scowl on her face as the last person finished ordering.
I turned to my friend sitting next to me. "What was that all about?" I asked. "Didn't she seem ******?"
"Yeah," he replied, holding up both hands in resignation. "I have no idea. It can't be ...