Oakwood Residence Beijing
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It feels like Groundhog Day today as my alarm went off at 6:00am to get me up and ready to meet my guide who was going to take me to Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City, The Lama Temple and Wangfujing Street. I showered, ate a protein bar for breakfast and checked the air quality, just as I had done the day before. To my surprise the post-apocalyptic smog was gone as the pollution was down to a meager forty-one. It would be like an average day in Los Angeles. I ...
... who tutored her in camera usage before the trip, and to Brad our tour leader who has given some great tips while on the trip.) We then settled in for another phenomenal lunch featuring the Cantonese cuisine. Some delicious and spicy dishes featuring wonderful vegetables like baked eggplant, fried cauliflower, and a great glass noodle stir fry. Back to the bus and a ride to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Tiananmen Square is a ...
Started with heavy feet lugging our bags on the metro to our new Qianman Hostel. After a few interesting directions from the locals we finally spotted the entrance to the hostel, only to realise we had passed it several times already. We were shown to our room and still on leaving the hostel today we didn't have anyone else in our room!! After unpacking and resting our feet we attempted to try to visit the Forbidden City and ...
... with ups and downs. I can't believe they host a marathon here!! Definitely wear sneakers for this one. We lucked out and came to the wall on a 'clear' day but even so the sky was gray and the sun was obscured by pollution, as was most of the wall across the mountains. I had lathered up with sunscreen but now think of how silly that was, given the slab of haze that covers the sun all the time. We had purchased tickets to come up and down the mountain when we arrived. ...
Last day in Beijing before we head off to Pingyao tonight.
We took it pretty easy today, just wandered around a few local markets eating a bit of street food, and buying a heap of snacks to take on the train with us.
First overnight train journey for us tonight which will be interesting.