Nei Meng Gu Hotel
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Very relaxing in the heart of Beijing which easy to access
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... to cross the grand canal and discovered the charming Lakes of Qianhai, Houhai and Xihai just as dusk was falling. China really recalls southern Europe as everybody is out walking or riding their electric scooters and bicycles enjoying the warm evening and looking for food or shopping or both. Some very brave swimmers were enjoying the lake - the water looks quite clear ... but how clean can it be? Giant kites with lights were going up over the lake as we swung back south and east ...
... I got out of the forbidden city I
crossed the street and continued my way into the Jingshan park. You have to
climb quite a lot of stairs through bamboo forests, but once you get on top...
amaaaaai amaai, you get rewarded with a splendid view over the forbidden city.
As it wasn’t really sunny, smog took over the view, but still... it gave it
some kind of mysterious touch, I like !!
Anyways, I climbed down the stairs which lead to ...
... and I found traditional Chinese dresses in red and black to wear.
The night was filed with drinking and dancing, fireworks and firecrackers! Here are some videos from the night:
... Stout and many more. Sampled a few & we will go back, they are doing a cheese & beer tasting on Sunday, right up our street! Lou, you’d have been proud of me, one of them I had was 6.5% Andy tried an 8.5%!!!
The following week was a British Club morning for me, with one of the Spa’s in attendance offering free mini massages & manicures, I managed to have both which was very nice & met some more new people who have just joined. Andy had ...
... fashion, "You are very intelligent man!" I'd told him that I was writing a blog of sorts and that I was a musician too. Two things that seemed to define me better on my Cornwall to Kamchatka odyssey On went the afternoon with his sentences constantly punctuated by his little spelling antics. The Forbidden City had closed for the day and so he took me to the second Forbidden City, just a interesting he said. But such was the heat and fatigue that I suggested I might shout him to ...