Nanjing Great Hotel
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This station is huge. Bigger than the one we arrived at. The journey here was long but the taxi cheaper than the one to the hotel as worked out how not to get ripped off! Luckily all the walking and steps that have been climed have made my thighs stronger to enable me to use the ...
... of checking I found out which way to go. Walking
for about a few hundred metres I fanally arrived at the entrance gate of the
forbidden city... you know, the red gate with the picture of Mao hanging in all
its glory. I must admit it looks far more impressive on TV than it is in real. Since
it was already quite late and I read that you need about a day to explore the
forbidden city I just explored the neigborhood a bit... until i felt cramps in
... Chinese distilled alcohol generally 40% - 60% and a big part of Chinese culture. Despite tasting absolutely disgusting, Baijiu isn't too bad, it warms you up for those cold nights out and gets the conversation going! We were warned before the welcome banquet about Baijiu and it definitely lived up to its reputation. This night almost all of the interns headed into Sanlitun entertainment district of Beijing. ...
... both the Drum and Bell towers today but because of the snow they were closed. I hope the snow doesn't scupper my plans for the rest of the week. For dinner another delightful, vegetarian restaurant. I've never been very good with chopsticks but I'm learning fast otherwise I go hungry or the food goes cold. In the evening I went to an acrobatics performance in a theatre. The place wasn't even 10% full so I felt a bit sorry for the ...
... Mountain) there to translate. I was taught how to hold my tiny tea cuplet like a man should hold it. And as we sat before the Nana, the pouring girl, I admired the huge contorted and polished peach root that served as the ritual tea preparation table that separated us. And after an afternoon of wondering around Tienanmen Square and the second Forbidden City in the smog and fug, the humidity and mugginess, with an ever present Gao Shan giving me interpretation in a harmless ...