Grand Hotel Beijing
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... the Congress and the resting place for Chairman Mao are, so like on the wall it was picture/selfie time for all of us. Next we went to the Temple of Heaven, where we saw the beautiful temples the royal family used to pray in. Like yesterday we have walked quite a bit and it's actually the first time on this trip we have been walking this much, so it has been two great day. Basically it has been a fantastic start to our Beijing/second leg of this ...
... and 1 in the air moving anti-clockwise. Then these crazy men jumped did a one handed handstand up stairs, there were gaps in between the steps which made it all the more dangerous, it was crazy. Then a group of 12 girls balanced on a bicycle and cycled around the stage. Now was the freaky bit 8 crazy men went Into a spherical cage and drove around on motor bikes, it was madness, Lucy was screaming and Dad was laughing. ...
... his fever wouldn't go away with Tylenol or Advil and he wasn't drinking at all. He was also playing with his ears and crying a lot. We wanted to get it looked at before we started our journey home so we ended up taking him to the international children's hospital here and got him looked at. It turns out he had a build up of wax in his ...
... starting to break, so I wanted to get a new one. At this sort of place, you can't really find a non-fake brand. Even though I was running out of cash, I went to get a feel for what kind of backpacks they had. I entered one store and was instantly harassed. I haggled down a price from almost 900 kuai to 100 kuai (about 150 dollars to 20 dollars) by walking out the store twice. I walked out of the store not to haggle but because I actually didn't have any money. Once I ...
... time to wander round at our own leisure before meeting up again and walking to Tianeman Square. The square is huge and surrounded by various government buildings including where Chairman Mao's body is kept. You can go to see it if you want to, it's open daily apart from Mondays but I didn't really fancy it. The square was understandably a Mecca for tourists and we got accosted by enthusiastic Chinese people wanting their pictures taken with us which was so much ...