Nikko Jinglun Hotel
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... in China to date. It was basically a pick your own noodles and vegetables dish served in a bowl with a scrummy peanut flavoured sauce. For the amount we had two pounds was steal.
After lunch we met Alvaro for the last time before his onward train at the bug eating market just for laughs. Or not! The others all tucked in to a delicious snack of silk worm, sucked out the inners and spat out the chewy outside-minging! I resisted temptation at trying any of ...
Beijing, wow, impressive airport! I imagine the Olympics helped to bring this place into being, so thank you Jacques Roger and all the rest of the junket riding, brown paper bag accepting Olympic committee. We landed ahead of schedule and fairly whisked our way through customs; only a stern look from the immigration official gave a clue that we weren't in Kansas anymore, still, Toto (Dan) and I retrieved our bags and looked for a happy faced taxi driver holding a sign ...
Hi All, Arrived in Beijing OK, no problems traveling on 9/11, Visited Tienanmen Square & Forbidden City today. On my own for a couple of days untill I start my tour on Thursday. Walking everywhere, Very crowded, modern, polluted city. Reading the street signs is a challeng. Later ...
... city. It was tiring, interesting, and somewhat exhilarating to be in such a unique destination, but there’s few words that can do it justice.
A quick side note. As soon as we exited the forbidden city, we were swarmed with people trying to sell us various trinkets and fake watches. I, like most of our group, waved them away and said “Bu yo, bu yo,” Meaning “I don’t want.” However, our friend Brett felt differently. He decided ...
... wait. I have. The foot massage was spectacular and I bought some Chinese medicine for good measure. There was a definite spring in my step going back to the bus. I was dropped off across the road from my hotel and wended my way through traffic and bikes and street vendors like I had done it for years. Well, it might have felt that way, no saying what it looked like though. I spied some lovely Chinese looking hats in the small shop next to the hotel with the ...