La Nice International Hotel
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... We had lunch in essentially Beijing's Embassy Row. The restaurant we ate at was a place where former presidents have made other leaders of the world and talked global politics. Great moment. After lunch we saw what is going to be the highlight of many peoples trip. What the tour guide said was the Number 1 destination in China, over the Great Wall. Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.
... historical sites for himself. Across the road from the Forbidden City we entered Jingshan Park and climbed the hundred plus stairs to reach the summit of the hill and the highest point in Beijing with views of the Forbidden City below. The park is situated on the south/north axis of the city and on a clear day you can view the site of the 2008 Olympic Games which run along the same axis.
By pedicab we were able to explore the Hutong area, with its narrow alley ...
... many dishes served family style on a lazy Susan. Then off we went to see a Chinese opera. Our first clue of what we were in for should have been when our tour guide left the theater. The costumes were beautiful but the opera consisted of screeching and discordant music. I kept waiting for my ears to bleed from a ruptured eardrum! It is something every one should experience once, if only to share my pain.
Time to head up to the room to rest up for tomorrow. The wifi is only in the ...
... a few nights earlier I had seen a small folding screen with a scene of pandas intricately painted on it, this would have cost us £20 from there. After bartering with a few Chinese people along the way we managed to get it for £10 although she tended to do the bartering herself, getting lower and lower on the price without us even saying anything! I was happy that I now had one as a souvenir to take home, especially as we would be seeing the pandas soon in Chengdu.
... if I needed the trolley and took my motioning as telling her to go away? On making it through security we treated ourselves to the express train into Beijing for £2.50 each (a normal single fare anywhere on the subway is 20p). It was amazing, air conditioned, clean, quiet and not that many people. On changing to the subway it was the same just crowded! Lots of signs saying where you are with colour coded lights and arrows telling you where to stand ...