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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... in a mini van.
The Travel guide spoke English well and chatted about Beijing as we were driven along the excellent freeway. There was a forest of trees on either side of the freeway which was both attractive and good for the environment in an attempt to decrease the pollution.
The city buildings are very tall, impressive, innovative and the city is very large. ...
... people! We finished up our tour of Tiananmen Square with a fancy group picture organized by Viking . . You could purchase this photo at noon as we boarded the bus for lunch! This company is organized!
And then - we toured the Forbidden City, home of the emperors! They lived their entire lives within the walls of this city. So . .. We walked from one large square to another to another to ...
... a piece of the duck meat and dipped it into the black garlic sauce, then used it like a brush to stroke some of the sauce on to the wrapper. She repeated this a few times before picking up some of the condiments and placing them inside as well. She then picked up the edges of the wrapper and folded them over until it was a little pursette of duck. I picked it up and too a bite of what I thought was pure heaven. The duck was moist and the ...
... I actually responded to some questions! My professor asked me what I do on the weekends, I misunderstood and thought she said what kind of food I ate. I was a bit off due to being ill still.
Once class was over, I walked to the library to get a book for class. Virginia was there too. We both struggled to use the online library catalog. The librarian later told us that it was down.
... After finding our original choice of restaurant was booked out that evening, we found their sister restaurant with Peking duck and had our most expensive meal of the trip so far! (All of RMB 200 = GBP 20 – Tony was not amused). We then walked through the market with their selection of skewed creepy-crawlies such as scorpions, lizards, seahorses and starfish all on sticks and some of them still moving. Most people were just eating the usual meat skewers but we did see ...