Nikko Jinglun Hotel
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... with noodles and bok choy. Sue had beef soup with noodles and Dave had shrimp and noodles -- all excellent and Brennan asked "Can we come back to Beijing for the noodles?!" He also did very well with chop sticks.
Back to the room where we called Bligh and Dan, organized a day sack for our first day of touring and were in bed by 11:00pm. The alarm was set for 6:40am so that we could have breakfast and be on the bus by 8:15am. ...
... roads are very wide giving the appearance of space, within major shopping street where our hotel is, 4 lanes on each side of carriageway, also very wide pavements. Pavements, after India the novelty factor still hasn't worn off! This city is sprawling, it seems to go on forever. Although the population is smaller than Shanghai by about 3 million, the area is nearly 3 times larger. Even at this time on a quiet morning, Beijing has the look of a ...
... surrounded by green plants and cages of birds. For us, this was a huge treat, because all of the restaurants in Zhuhai are decorated like a standard Chinese restaurant: large square room, paper tablecloths, VERY bright lights, lots of smoke, and lots of noise.
We tasted the famous Peking duck one afternoon for lunch, and the typical style it's served in may surprise you. We opted for the half duck, which they wheeled out on a tray and carved next to our ...
... 17px; ">We had duck pancakes for breakfast yesterday in a backstreet of Beijing before going to Tiannaman Sq, which was a bit surreal as there are so many police watching you and some look hilarious cruising through the crowds on Segways. We got our first taste of being a Western celebrity. I was reading an info sign and this woman came up to me and gestured that she wanted me to pose with her daughter for a photo, just because I'm Western. It happened about four ...
... 5,000 km, depending on who you listen to and what you read. The first 4-5 towers section of our hike had been rebuilt in the 80s but the rest of the wall we hiked was last built about 600 years ago. As much as it was great to see the more original wall, it was rough to hike and is crumbling so I expect that it will need to be rebuilt soon as well or it won’t survive the weather and tourists. Again, the pictures don’t quite do justice to the ...